Business / Employees lay-off

Trade union target for intl firms 'on track'

[2012-07-23 11:18]

The target of trade union representation in 95 percent of overseas-funded enterprises by 2013 is on course to be met, a senior union official said.

Motorola employees demand better compensation

[2012-08-30 02:29]

Motorola Mobility employees in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, said on Wednesday that they will not sign employment termination agreements until the company approves revised compensation packages.

Motorola layoffs spark protest

[2012-08-18 01:09]

Motorola employees in Nanjing and Beijing have protested against the decision by its owner Google on Monday to reduce the workforce by 20 percent.

Baidu fires four for deleting posts

[2012-08-08 02:37]

Beijing police have detained three people working at Baidu over allegations that they abused their positions and deleted forum posts in return for money.

SAP to double Chinese staff by end of 2013

[2012-07-28 10:05]

SAP AG, the largest maker of business management software, said on Friday it plans to double its China workforce by the end of next year despite the gloomy economic outlook.

Nokia's layoff involves R&D staff

[2012-07-26 15:46]

Finnish telecommunication equipment manufacturer Nokia Corp's employee-reduction in China now expanded to research and development posts, no longer restrained to sales staff members.

Adidas to close only wholly-owned factory

[2012-07-23 10:39]

Adidas will close its only company-owned factory in China, signaling a strategic transition by the German sportswear giant to fully subcontracted production.

Huawei challenges layoff 'rumors'

[2012-06-06 09:18]

Huawei Technologies Co, the world's second-biggest telecom gear maker by revenue, challenged recent reports saying it had cut large numbers of jobs.

Foxconn adds robots, pledges no layoffs

[2011-11-21 09:50]

Foxconn's founder and chairman Terry Guo Saturday said the Taiwanese technology giant won't axe workers in 2012 when it adds 300,000 robots to the assembly line.