Intel cuts Irish jobs in global restructuring

Intel, one of Ireland’s biggest multinational employers, is laying off dozens of managers in Ireland and will this week announce details of more cuts after disappointing results.

2nd September, 2006

Intel, one of Ireland’s biggest multinational employers, is laying off dozens of managers in Ireland and will this week announce details of more cuts after disappointing results.

The staff have left the Irish operation in recent weeks as part of a ‘‘voluntary separation programme’’, according to a spokeswoman for Intel. She refused to comment on how many people had left the company, which employs about 5,300 people in Ireland.

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