Intel CEO faces worker questions on layoffs


The cuts reportedly account for about 3 percent of tech giant’s labor force.

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The cuts reportedly account for about 3 percent of tech giant’s labor force.

In their questions Wednesday, and in postings on internal Intel blogs obtained by The Oregonian, employees complain that Intel seemed to change the way it conducts layoffs this time around.

Previously, employees say, workers became eligible for layoffs when they received substandard ratings in the company’s rigorous annual-review process. But according to documents obtained by The Oregonian, Intel selected some employees for last month’s layoffs based instead on the level of performance-based stock grants they received last year.

Read more at Oregonlive.


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