Workforce Management

2 08 2016

using the latest build of Microsoft Dynamics

UWP saves workforce
Saved workforce saves energy
Saved energy keeps the planet green
or
Are there other reasons for Microsoft’s decisions?

“It began in mid-2014 when the company announced plans to cut 18,000 of its workers by the end of June 2015. In July 2015, Microsoft revealed another set of job cuts, affecting 7,800 more of its employees. In October, Microsoft confirmed it had made more reductions in its workforce, which were rumored to have affected 1,000 more team members. With the announcement in May 2016 and the SEC-filing of July, Microsoft has confirmed plans to lay off 4,700 more workers.”

I feel with all people losing their job and hope they will find new ones to earn their living and support their families.

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