Report: Flextronics to Cut 1,100 Employees in Hungary PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Friday, 30 November 2012 16:18

ZALAEGERSZEG, HUNGARYFlextronics plans to lay off 1,100 employees from its plants here, according to published reports.

A local labor official said the contract assembly indicated it intends to fire 950 blue-collar and 150 white-collar employees, mostly in December. The cuts will lower the EMS provider's Hungary headcount to a reported 2,000.

The firm already laid off some 500 workers in Hungary this year after RIM cut its smartphone orders.

 

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