RIM doesn’t seem to be able to do anything right at the moment, the company which was at one time one of the worlds most popular smartphone makers has seen its sales decline over the last few years.
Back in 2011, RIM sacked around 10 percent of its global workforce, over 2,000 employees, and now according to a report by All Things D, RIM is considering doing the same thing again.
According to the report, Research In Motion is about to announce a major global restructuring plan which will see the company shed around 2,000 employees and reduce its global workforce from 16,500 employees down to 14,500.
The new restructuring plan is expected to be implemented this summer, and it is expected to be company wide with employes from every division of the company being let go.
Source All Things DFiled Under: Technology News, Top News