“Nokia says it plans to cut up to 800 jobs in Finland, following redundancy talks that began in October and ended on Tuesday,” YLE News reports.
“The exact number of dismissals will not become clear until spring,” YLE News reports. “Staff members will first be offered voluntary support packages lasting 5-15 months or other jobs within the company. Talks between Finland’s biggest company and employee representatives started in October, when Nokia announced 1,800 job cuts worldwide.”
YLE News reports, “Earlier on Tuesday, Nokia delayed the launch of its next flagship model, the E7, missing the key holiday sales season in major markets.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: And a Merry Christmas to you, too! Ugh. May the employees led over the cliff by clueless Nokia management quickly find gainful employment.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Kari K.” for the heads up.]