Thread regarding National Instruments Corp. layoffs

New lay-offs announced

On Oct 29 2020, NI announces a 9% reduction worldwide.

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Let see where the main cuts will be...

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Post ID: @4mdg+17F9Xxk1

Very easy move from Eric and his videos from a rented kitchen.

I have no idea how in the surveys they show people trust their choices.

Same c-ap all the time

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Post ID: @2fsq+17F9Xxk1

For those that are about to be let go, this is a blessing in disguise.

For those that aren't so lucky, be prepared to take on additional work for the same low pay.

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Post ID: @1uem+17F9Xxk1

They did however said they will continue to hire but for specific roles that will support their needs. That felt great to hear. This company reorganizes every year.

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Post ID: @1fre+17F9Xxk1

NI had a comprehensive plan on what actions they would take depending on revenue decline. That plan didn't call for layoffs even in the worst case. How can anyone trust management anymore?

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Post ID: @1dml+17F9Xxk1

didnt they announce 3 months back there will be no layoffs ?
What is this mgmt doing?

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