What the hell can they all do?
Dell is laying off staff though there is some dispute over the numbers involved. An anonymous source told The Register today roughly six per cent of the IT giant's 160,000-strong global workforce will learn over the coming month, if not already this week, that their careers at the IT giant are over. Claims of similar numbers …
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Sales, corporate jobs, support staff, development teams, field deployment. This is not totally far fetched. They have so many products, and so many redundant teams for support, development and sales.
Back in 2016, HP had about 190K+ employees. That was pre-split of course.
Cisco has around 80k
IBM? Over 350,000 employees!
Over 35 years how many times has this guy ramped up and then laid off a crapload of people? It used to be Dell would relocate thousands to Round Rock one year and lay them off the next. And now, after years of heartless offshoring, M&A “synergies” and private equity “efficiencies” he can gun ‘em down and nobody even blinks an eye. I wonder what the total body count is at this point? It has to be a million easy.
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