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Si.mobil confirms plans for lay-offs

Tuesday 19 May 2015 | 17:30 CET | News
Telekom Austria has denied Slovenian press reports of a large number of layoffs at its Slovenian unit Si.mobil, but admitted there will be rationalization of personnel. According to the company, the initiative primarily covers the merger of some departments and functions, leading to an associated reduction in the number of employees. Company representatives declined to say how many employees would be affected, according to daily Finance.si. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: A1 Telekom Austria / Si.mobil
Countries: Slovenia
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