News from Leixlip
Staff at the computer chip giant's Leixlip plant in Co Kildare, which employs 4,500 people, fear they will bear the brunt of compulsory and voluntary redundancies at its Irish operations. The company also has bases in Shannon and Cork. Intel announced ...
Intel workers braced for the worst as 400 Irish jobs may be lost
INTEL has slashed production at its chip manufacturing complex at Leixlip, Co Kildare, by 25% — ahead of this week's announcement on layoffs at the Irish operation, which employs 4,500 people. The company had ramped up production at its Irish plants ...
And while the company has invested billions here, mainly in Leixlip, Ireland lost out to Israel for a €4bn in a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant iin 2014. Read more: Israel may have beaten Ireland in race for €4bn investment by Intel. The ...
Intel to cut jobs in Ireland, staff on tenterhooks
Intel has invested €3.6bn into its Leixlip plant in the last five years as it updated manufacturing facilities with future projects in mind. However, the company has warned that it is reassessing all of its activities in a move away from reliance on PC ...
Staff in dark as Intel plans job cuts in Ireland
The company employs 5,500 staff in Leixlip, Co Kildare; Cork and Shannon, Co Clare. The multinational chipmaker said last week it was to layoff 12,000 staff, 11% of its total workforce, as it looks to reinvent itself as a leader in cloud computing and ...
The US microchip processor employs about 4,500 people directly at their Leixlip, Co Kildare campus. Indirectly, the company is said employ another 700 people through subsidiary companies based in Dublin, Belfast, Wicklow and Cork. In an internal email ...
Intel confirm Irish job losses
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