Posts tagged “Layoffs”
In the latest N.C. securities filings news: Convergys, a customer experience outsourcing company, will lay off 169 employees at its Greenville location later this year, and Canopy Financial Advisors raises $1.2 million.
Despite Chair and CEO Ginni Rometty's pledge that IBM would add 25,000 jobs over the next four years, current employees report that layoffs in the U.S. continue.And now comes word of a restructuring in its emerging cloud business with a long-time executive stepping down.
Kaba Ilco Corp., a manufacturer and supplier of mechanical and electronic locking system solutions, hotel locks, access control systems and safe locks, says it will move most of its jobs to a Mexican operation.
NetApp is laying off 650 workers but won't say how many cuts will be made in RTP. A company spokesperson says it won't meet job targets set when it committed to expansion in return for tax incentives.
AT&T is closing a call center in Goldsboro that was flooded during hurricane Matthew but the affected employees are being offered a chance to transfer to other locations. AT&T is offering them a $10,000 relocation allowance.
Charter Communications, the new parent of Time Warner Cable, will lay off 258 employees at its Charlotte location starting this November, according to a notice filed to the state Commerce Department. In a statement, Charter says the affected workers were offered the opportunity to keep their jobs if they chose tor elocate.
Dell Technologies, the name for the recently merged Dell and EMC, has begun laying off some of the combined company's 140,000 employees. As many as 3,000 cuts are predicted, according to Bloomberg news. Dell confirmed layoffs started earlier this week but calls the number "not material." EMC has a large operation in the Triangle.
Drug giant Novo Nordisk, which operates a large insulin production plant in Johnston County, says it remains committed to the $1.8 billion expansion underway at the facility. However, the company has imposed a hiring freeze. It also announced 1,000 layoffs Thursday but the N.C. operation is not affected, a company spokesperson says.