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  • Taiwan-based PC accessory maker KYE Systems, which is also an OEM manufacturer of Microsoft products, has refuted a recently published report by the US National Labor Committee (NLC)...
  • Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) on April 10, held a conference in response to the spate of deaths and suicide attempts seen among its employees in China and pledged...
  • Foxconn recruiting in Taiwan

    Wednesday 7 April 2010
    Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) is seeking qualified professionals in Taiwan to fill job positions of various levels needed at its many factories and business divisions...
  • UMC plans more hiring

    Friday 19 March 2010
    United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) plans to seek a total of 2,400 new recruits, including 1,000 engineers for its 12-inch wafer fab located at the Southern Taiwan Science Park...
  • DRAM maker Inotera Memories is planning to add an additional 300-400 employees - mostly engineers and R&D staff - which is equivalent to about 10% of its global workforce, according...
  • DRAM module and NAND flash device maker Transcend Information plans to recruit a total of 1,000 employees for its soon-to-be-open Taiwan plant, which will be dedicated to producing...
  • Major Taiwan-based foundries and backend suppliers, including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), Advanced Semiconductor...
  • SMIC to cut 10% of employees

    Wednesday 10 March 2010
    Semiconductor Manufacturing International Company (SMIC), China's top foundry chipmaker, plans to downsize 10% of its workforce in a move to accelerate its progress towards profitability,...
  • ASE to expand workforce

    Monday 8 March 2010
    The Export Processing Zone Administration under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has revealed that Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) plans to hire around 300 staff...
  • Guangdong Province, a large manufacturing cluster in southern China, is seeing a labor shortage of an estimated two million workers following the Lunar New Year, according to a Chinese-language...
  • Taiwan had 632,000 jobless citizens in December 2009, equivalent to an unemployment rate of 5.74%. Figures were down 0.12pp on month but up 0.71pp on year, according to statistics...
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has said it plans to hire more than 3,000 employees in 2010. The new recruits will be mostly engineers and technical staff but will...
  • Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has seen more than 100 employees from its notebook business resign since the second quarter of 2009, with nearly half transferring to Shuttle, according...
  • ProMOS denies layoff rumors

    Wednesday 30 December 2009
    DRAM maker ProMOS Technologies has issued a filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) dismissing rumors of pending layoffs, saying it currently has no plans to cut jobs.
  • Micro-Star International (MSI) reportedly plans to lay off employees in early 2010 with the number accounting for 10-20% of its current personnel, according to industry sources.
  • United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) has decided to distribute performance bonuses among its employees as an incentive to reinforce loyalty. The foundry also plans to sell treasury...
  • Asustek to hire more workers

    Thursday 22 October 2009
    With high tech companies beginning to report their third quarter results, it appears that the global economy is warming slightly from its previously gloomy conditions, and recent...
  • EMS provider Jabil Circuit is reportedly following the steps of rival company Flextronics International of seeking to recruit R&D staff from handset ODMs in Taiwan to strengthen...
  • Former TSMC R&D executive joins Samsung

    Tuesday 29 September 2009
    Samsung Electronics has employed Mong-Song Liang, who formerly served as senior director of the Logic Technology Platform Division at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC),...
  • TSMC veteran resumes R&D helm

    Tuesday 29 September 2009
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    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) on September 28 announced the appointment of Shang-Yi Chiang, a former TSMC vice president of R&D, as its senior VP of R&D...
  • US-based IC distributor Arrow Electronics has clarified that there are no workforce reductions planned for Arrow Taiwan, in response to a report about its downsizing.
  • US-based IC distributor Arrow Electronics is trimming its workforce to reduce overlapping as a result of acquisitions of other companies, according to market sources in Taiwan.
  • A small group of former employees of Taiwan-based IC design service provider Global Unichip has filed a complaint with the Hsinchu District Court in northern Taiwan accusing the company...
  • The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) recently approved Foxconn Electronics' (Hon Hai Precision Industry's) application for a special account to allow distribution of its stocks as bonuses...
  • Another electronic design automation (EDA) provider is reshuffling its Asia-Pacific operations, following recent regional head changes at Cadence Design Systems and Synopsys, according...
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