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Sep 07, 2017
Nokia plans to save 1.2 bn Euros by cutting 597 jobs in France by end 2019The job cuts would concern central and support functions within Alcatel-Lucent International and Nokia Solutions Networks France.
Jun 26, 2017
RBS' small bank bid: To slash hundreds of jobs in UK, move them to IndiaRBS is in the midst of a major restructuring aimed at returning the bank to profit after almost a decade of straight years of losses
Jun 05, 2017
IT layoffs: Ravi Shankar Prasad says no downturn, retrenchment due to performance issuesThe IT minister said firms like TCS and Infosys have said they would recruit thousands of professionals in the current fiscal.
May 25, 2017
As General Motors stops selling cars in India, 7,500 jobs could be lost, says reportThe dealers and staff feel the GM management tricked them into believing that the company had grand plans for India and kept the move a secret
May 24, 2017
Tata Motors cuts up to 1,500 managerial jobs as part of restructuringThe company joins a growing number of organisations adopting such strategies for a variety of reasons, ranging from cutting the flab to automation
May 16, 2017
Layoff season tips: Here's how you survive a job loss with tight financesMonitor your budget; cut your expenses, especially on the entertainment front; sit tight and don't worry; it will pass
May 16, 2017
3 years of Modi govt: Some sore points but PM deserves pat for the 'bright spot' that India isLack of jobs, investment, bank NPAs are not testimonies to the govt's failure; they mean growth is still on a slightly shaky ground
May 15, 2017
IT to layoff up to 2 lakh engineers annually for next 3 years, and Trump is not the reasonBecause of the changing technology, the most affected will be professionals aged 35 and above and it would be very difficult for them to get jobs
May 11, 2017
Infosys, Wipro, TechM layoffs: No easy way out of the mess as threat of hi-tech, Trump gets realPink slips are being handed to the employees with a demoralising advise that they hadn’t performed well. When it happens to be people in their 30s and 40s, it’s far more devastating
May 11, 2017
Job cuts are a wider problem, not limited to Infosys, TechM; is Modi govt waking up to challenge?The pain of job losses is visible in other sectors as well. This makes Narendra Modi's task of employment generation a lot tougher.