Finland - Nokia negotiates dismissals - May 31, 2016

Nokia has wrapped up its latest round of redundancy talks, which began on 13 April. The original target of cutting some 1300 jobs has been narrowed down to 1032. Last year, before its takeover of French rival Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia had an average of 6900 workers in its home country. The negotiations covered all of the company’s sectors except for Nokia Technologies. The firm says most of the jobs will be phased out this summer, with the rest by the end of 2016. Nokia offers outgoing staff financial support based on how long they worked for the company.

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