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brightfiber
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re: Report: STMicro cutting jobs in Colorado
brightfiber   9/15/2011 1:01:37 PM
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It is easier and cheaper to layoff employees in the provinces rather than at home in Europe.

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Neo10   9/15/2011 4:31:30 AM
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Such a big company and they thought it will affect their bottom line if they have 44 engineers less. Why can't they make an effort to re-assign them to other divisions.

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daleste   9/15/2011 2:40:01 AM
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From 71 to 27 employees. That's gotta hurt morale.

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elPresidente   9/15/2011 2:24:19 AM
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Job ads, which you should be paying for, are over there ---)

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goafrit   9/14/2011 9:34:36 PM
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This is a very volatile company and nothing new in their human weeding strategy

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dscriber   9/14/2011 8:42:09 PM
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