IBM to reassign 30 percent of staff in 2018: The Register

LONDON (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp plans to reassign up to 30 percent of staff in its 103,000 computer service delivery business this year with job losses through attrition of around 10,000, technology website The Register reported on Thursday, citing unnamed company insiders.

The news site published a slide it said was from an IBM internal presentation, which showed 10,100 jobs classified as "attrition w/o backfill".

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IBM, one of the world's original PC producers but now a broad-based producer, integrator and software maker, beat expectations for revenue in its last quarterly results in October after 22 straight quarters of declines.

Spokesmen for IBM declined to make any immediate comment.

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% High Job Stress: 65%

Mid-Career Median Salary: $143,000 

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No. 9: Intel

% High Job Stress: 65%

Mid-Career Median Salary: $126,000 

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No. 8: GoDaddy

% High Job Stress: 67%

Mid-Career Median Salary: $99,000 

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No. 7: Fujitsu

% High Job Stress: 68%

Mid Career Median Salary: $108,000 

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No. 6: Uber

% High Job Stress: 70%

Mid Career Median Salary: $149,000 

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No. 5: Tesla Motors

% High Job Stress: 71%

Mid Career Median Salary: $110,000 

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No. 4: Samsung

% High Job Stress: 74%

Mid Career Median Salary: $135,000

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No. 3: InsideSales

% High Job Stress: 75%

Mid Career Median Salary: $107,000

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No. 2: Airbnb

% High Job Stress: 75%

Mid Career Median Salary: $123,000 

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No. 1: SpaceX

% High Job Stress: 86%

Mid Career Median Salary: $80,800 

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(Writing by Patrick Graham; Editing by Bernard Orr)

 

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