When I was at Motorola from 1999 to 2003, I worked in the North American call center. The entire operation, with the exception of calls that had to be escalated, was outsourced to Costa Rica and Argentina.
This company still exists?
Post info if you have it please - there is a ton of people who are concerned
Boom shakklaaa boom boom, problem solved.
Do you think there will be more layoffs in 2016?
Layoffs underway - it is very ugly
I can say that Google is single-sourcing the Nexus-6 (Moto-X 2nd generation) despite continuing demand for the Nexus-5. And Google has also single-sourced our Project Fi on the Nexus-6 in order to help Motorola (it was prototyped on the Nexus-5 but... — read more
Do you think we'll have massive layoffs at Motorola again?
Numbers are improving, Greg Brown wants more to support his ever growing bonus, more heads will roll @ Motorola Solutions
Motorola Solutions employees being notified of layoffs: http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/breaking/chi-motorola-solutions-layoffs-20140612,0,3682771.story
back in 2008 we cut 2,000 in our beleaguered cellphone division. few thousands before that. google is struggling with us too. we'll see more layoffs in 2014. 2013 was an OK year.
Motorola Mobility employees have been feeling the results of the company’s buyout by Google in 2011. Motorola Mobility said in March it was cutting 1,200 staff, in addition to 4,000 axed last year as the company refocuses on high-end devices. Earlier... — read more
Motorola Solutions' Louisville, Ky., electronics repair facility will lay off 55 workers because their jobs "are being relocated and will ultimately end up in Mexico," writes Loretta Baker, Regional Trade Facilitator at the Kentucky Office of... — read more
Google's Motorola unit seems to be facing some hard times -- according to an email acquired by the Wall Street Journal, up to ten percent of the division's workforce is facing layoffs. "While we're very optimistic about the new products in our... — read more