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December 5, 2008

Rumor: H1B Layoff at Navis (a Zebra Technologies Company)

Rumor (according to insider info): “A Zebra Technologies Company to close their project called Navis, laying off software engineers, including H1B-visa holders. Severance package: 3 month”.

Submitted update  from one of our readers Christine: “Zebra Technologies, Vernon Hills, IL eliminates much of industry marketing department and several other positions in US and Europe. Including staff at RFID businesses as well as core barcode scanner businesses. Cost cutting to make the budgets and projects for the year likely to continue…”

2 Comments »

  1. People always hate to talk about when they are laid off. But as it has become every day’s news headline since Yahoo started it with cutting 1500 of its task force last year, now a need of platform has been in demand where people can express their selves in words how they are feeling about their company, whey the got laid off was that justified or not. And every thing they want to tell anonymously.

    And layoffgossip.com is providing you that platform.

    Comment by chetan — December 20, 2008 @ 1:31 am | Reply

  2. I have a very close friend, who graduated from Harvard. Worked for ML for over 8 years, last year he’s laid off too. OMG, now the banking industry is badly hurt, how long it would take for those financial background like him get back to the job market. Banking jobs are not there as much as before as easily seen on http://www.joboutlets.com and other job sites in the region

    Comment by Jeff — January 13, 2009 @ 8:43 am | Reply


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