Electronics Production | June 18, 2008
AMD has cut 200 jobs in Dresden
The U.S. chip manufacturer AMD has - during recent months - reduced its workforece in its Dresden facility by 200, reported the sz-online.
The plant has now, according to company figures, about 2800 employees. In April, the group had announced to cut about 10% of its global workforce; evertiq reported. The cut backs in Dresden - accomplished without layoffs - have been successfully completed, said a spokesman to the newspaper. Already in autumn last year, temporary job post were not renewed.