T-Systems cuts in sharp the

August 30, 2009 at 12:16 pm Leave a comment

Business – division data processing departments of Deutsche Telekom announces the removal of 3.000 stations. The subsidiary company remains a ball for the German oprator.

The situation S `amliore not of the ct of T-Systems. In difficult chronic, division services with the companies of Deutsche Telekom announces to the removal of 3.000 stations supplmentaires D `here the nearest Anne. The company counts 45.000 salaris.

the reason invoqu is traditional: vis-a-vis the deceleration of the march, the subsidiary company owes once again rduire its cots. Especially, it owes amliorer a rentabilit weak judge by his house MRE.

Falls of the rsultats

T-Systems has very of Mrs. ralis in 2008 a bnfice D `exploitation ajust of 826 million D `euros for a figure D `businesses of 9,34 billion.

But each Anne, her performances drops (the figure D `businesses reached 12 billion in 2007), to the great displeasure of the German oprator who has cherch a time to sell this division. Without succs. A partnership with Cognizant has nanmoins T concluded in 2008.

N the other hand of this new social plan (manpower have dj T rduits of 1,9% this Anne), the direction promised to maintain the use of the salaris in place until mid the 2012 (sic).

the redundancies will be ralises without dry dismissals if possible, by
internal skews of reclassifications or by helping the salaris which will have
to leave to find an employment elsewhere, according to the communiqu.


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