Intel sacked a significant number of IT workers on the company's sites this week, according to a number of sources in the company.
Intel confirmed the dismissals but refused to specify how many people lost their jobs or described the redundancy justification.
"Changes in our workforce are driven by the needs and priorities of our business that we continually appreciate. We are committed to dealing with professionals and respect for all affected employees, "Intel said in a brief statement, acknowledging the cuts in Oregonian / OregonLive. workers. Abuses also took place at other sites in the United States and in a large administrative facility in Costa Rica, according to people familiar with the redundancies. It seems to be a strict solution to reduce costs. On the contrary, they said the redundancies reflected a broad change in the way Intel is approaching its internal technical systems. systems. Their work is particularly important in technology companies such as Intel who depend on IT workers to keep systems safe and seamless. redundancies, redemptions and early retirement offers. At the end of 201
Intel was preparing for a long-term decline in its core business – microprocessors for PCs and laptops. Since then, the company has moved to new markets, most prominently in data centers. Intel plans 1750 new jobs in Oregon over the next few years after building the third phase of its large-scale Hillsboro research factory called D1X. The stock is near its highest point in the time of the dot-com.
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