Finland - Fujitsu Finland will cut 140 jobs - May 31, 2016

IT hardware and services company Fujitsu announced on 12 May that a corporate restructuring exercise is likely to result in the elimination of up to 140 jobs. Fujitsu Finland said that it will begin negotiations with employees’ representatives following plans to restructure the organisation. The employer-employee talks will focus mainly on IT infrastructure positions in its Managed Infrastructure Services business unit, and will not affect employees working for its support, maintenance or Service Desk operations.

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