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Mass exodus planned at Dell

Dell is reportedly planning to start a massive layoff programme this week; a programme which is said to affect more than 15'000 employees.

After returning to private ownership – after the long drawn buy-out carousel – the company set out to restructure its operations as a response to the weakened PC market, focusing more on enterprise-related services. Insiders – close to the Dell management and HQ – talking to British news site, The Register, said that there are workforce reductions in all departments: "some of these have already been downsized and are now being told to cut 15 per cent more heads." 15'000 worldwide – or even more One of the insiders described the layoffs – which are expected to affect more that 15'000 employees – as “It’s going to be a bloodbath.” Two separate sources told The Register, that Dell has started its US layoff spree this week. The Register was also shown internal company emails mentioning changes within the corporate structure, such as: “client support structure combined - Consumer and Commercial come under one umbrella,” and “Up sell offers will align with Pro Support and will "evolve”. Dell has contacted The Register and refuted the information concerning the high numbers of layoffs.
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