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Infineon cuts workers hours ahead of downturn

11/16/2012 01:29 PM EST
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Neo10
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Neo10   11/20/2012 2:52:29 AM
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A much saner step than outright layoff.

DaveR1234
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DaveR1234   11/19/2012 4:36:36 PM
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Duh?? I think they just want the workers to be able to spend more time with their families.

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eewiz   11/19/2012 4:16:34 PM
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Most prbly yes. the salary is reduced. to prevent a layoff

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Peter Clarke   11/19/2012 9:55:33 AM
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@yalanland I have asked that specific question of the Infineon press relations team. So far no response.

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yalanand   11/18/2012 6:34:17 PM
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@Peter, thanks for the post. Will this cutting of work hours will result in reduction in salary of the employees ?

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