I work for Nokia and they are planning to have 15000 people cuts between now and 2018. Most of them will occur in USA since USA is high cost region and about 4300 are planned for Europe (which leaves 10700). There are top level executives who know... read more
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Does anyone know what is Nokia's current severance package? Does anyone know what is Alcatel-Lucent's current severance package?
How many from marketing were let go last week? Any other departments hit?
Why is no one posting about Nokia layoffs? There is a lot of talk on Intel layoffs... downloadbesttorrentblog.ru/intel /
There are so many IT layoff this year, how are we all going to find another job especially with China now even producing fab chips/asics. I know everyone thinks India/Indian's are a big threat and taking over our jobs. Yes, I agree to some point but... read more
Are the customers happy with the buyout? Will Nokia lose 5G market share if it's 4G product doesn't perform well? Remember, Nokia didn't have a 4G market share in USA, that was the entire reason for the buyout. If Ericsson plays it's cards right, it... read more
How many cuts in USA? And when will majority of them happen?
If you have the numbers of cuts in your region, please post since we are NOT hearing much from management (There doesn't seem to be any clear/straight/open communication between employees and management.), so best way for all employees to understand... read more
Now things are very different, we had four major rounds of layoffs and things are not good at all. Most folks who are still around have lost all hope and I know for sure that at least sixty percent of them are actively and vigorously looking for jobs... read more
The year began very roughly for Nokia’s IT professionals, as more than 800 were transferred to outsourcing firms and another 300 lost their jobs. Nokia said at the time: The goal is to reduce operating costs and create an IT organization "appropriate... read more