Intel Corp is about hundreds of information technology managers this week, according to The Oregonian. These 2019 layoffs can be tech giant's biggest rainfall since 2016, when it cut about 12,000 jobs in an effort to save $ 1.4 billion annually.
The layoffs may have more to do with how the company plans to manage internal technical systems than just cutting costs, according to sources who spoke to The Oregonian. And the job cuts will not only affect workers in Oregon, although layoffs do include some of the 20,000 employees in The Beaver State. Cuts will also affect workers in other parts of the United States, including Costa Rica, where Intel operates a large administrative facility. At the end of 201
While these latest Intel discrepancies will affect workers in America, other chip manufacturers have otherwise planned other expansion work that will help workers in other nations in the year ahead and beyond. For example, the company is building a new $ 10 billion factory in southern Israel, which is expected to add about 1,000 jobs to the 13,000 existing workers that Intel already had in the country. The company is also planning to build new multi-billion dollar factories in Ireland and Georgia.