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February 22, 2009

HP imposes staff wage cuts

Hewlett-Packard workers fired up their PCs Friday morning to find a long memo from Mark Hurd explaining why he was imposing wide-ranging pay cuts in an effort to prevent further job losses at the computer vendor.

HP CEO Hurd told employees yesterday that no more jobs would be axed for the foreseeable future. Instead he applied salary reductions across the board.

Executive council members will have base pay trimmed by 15 per cent; other execs will see base pay reduced by 10 per cent; “exempt employees” base salary takes a five per cent hit; and “non-exempt employees” base pay drops 2.5 per cent.

Source: The Register

February 11, 2009

Leak: Mass layoff in HP ProCurve project

Roseville, CA (February 10, 2009) Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) has announced today it’s plans to lay off all network engineers-contractors from it’s ProCurve project in Roseville, CA (Sacramento area). Dozens of engineers are affected, according to leaks from different anonymous sources from inside.

Update (2-18-2009): HP cuts full year outlook, quarterly revenue missed expectations, according to Reuters

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