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Tech workers' dough isn't rising
The salaries of rank-and-file technology workers have been stagnating for more than a year, and new evidence shows that paychecks in some tech hubs are actually shrinking...
Ford scraps PC program for workers
With both the car market and the broader economy skidding to a halt, Ford Motor said Friday that it is formally ending a program intended to give each of its workers a ne...
Palm lays off software workers
Handheld computer leader Palm has cut more than a dozen jobs relating to a software project in Cambridge, Mass., according to sources close to the company. Cambridge w...
H-1B workers wary of terrorist backlash
Two days after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, QuadraMed Chief Executive Larry English sent a stern e-mail to all 1,100 workers: He would not tolerate prejudice toward th...
Applied Materials to cut 1,700 workers
Applied Materials, the world's largest chip equipment maker, said Wednesday it will cut 1,700 employees, or about 10 percent of its work force, because of the lingering d...
Macromedia lays off "a few dozen" workers
Web graphics and animation software provider Macromedia says it has laid off "a few dozen" workers over the last quarter. The company said the layoffs were part of "every...
Laid-off workers do some virtual kvetching
Thousands of laid-off technology workers in Colorado got new reading material Wednesday, when a local Web design firm launched LaidOffColorado.com. Boulder-based Insight ...
Homestore probe leads to ouster of workers
Homestore.com has "terminated or accepted resignations" from seven employees as a result of an ongoing inquiry into its accounting practices, according to a company state...
HP workers in Idaho oppose merger
Hewlett-Packard workers in Idaho are against the pending Compaq Computer mega-merger by more than a two-to-one margin, according to survey results released Monday by poll...
Poll: Oregon HP workers against merger
A survey commissioned by David W. Packard finds that Hewlett-Packard employees in the Corvallis, Ore., area oppose the Compaq Computer merger by a two-to-one margin. The...
Bill proposes IT worker swap
Amid concerns that the government faces a critical shortage of information-technology skills, the House of Representatives is expected to vote next month on a bill that w...
HP fires worker who allegedly leaked info
Hewlett-Packard said in an e-mail to employees Wednesday that it has fired a worker who admitted to forwarding two company memos to the press. The company did not prov...
House passes IT worker exchange bill
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bill that enables a worker exchange program between the government and the high-tech industry. The Digital Tech...
Study sees IT worker shortage in 2002
audio | update Demand for technology workers could rebound this year after their ranks were thinned by 5 percent last year, according to research released Monday. ...
Microsoft casts .Net for Java workers
Microsoft has released a new programming tool aimed at attracting Java developers to its .Net software strategy. At its Tech Ed 2002 Europe developer conference Monday,...
IBM lays off workers in Global Services
IBM has notified at least a small number of employees in its Global Services Division that their jobs will be eliminated. A company representative confirmed the action o...
Security workers feel the pinch
Despite the ongoing focus on security since the Sept. 11 attacks, computer security administrators are not immune to the current economic malaise, according to a study re...
HP to offer pension to ex-Compaq workers
Hewlett-Packard said Tuesday that beginning next year it will offer pension benefits to those employees in the United States who formerly worked at Compaq Computer. Tim...
IT workers' scarcity and skills
Microsoft to add 5,000 new workers
REDMOND, Wash.--Microsoft plans to increase its research and development budget by 20 percent and hire 5,000 new workers in the coming year, Chairman Bill Gates said on T...
Microsoft to help track mobile workers
Microsoft and AT&T Wireless on Wednesday will show off a new service that will let businesses use cell phones to track the location of workers on the road, such as taxi d...
Securing good security workers
Consumer and business security firm Symantec on Thursday will host a Webcast to assist employers in recruiting, training and retaining network security employees, highlig...
European IT workers want their wireless
IT departments want their applications delivered over wireless networks and don't much care what kind of wireless technology is used. That's the big picture finding of re...
Shoddy search prevents worker success
Ineffectual corporate search tools can be the biggest drag on employee productivity, costing companies as much as $15 million annually, according to new research. In...
Ex-AOL worker faces jail for stock fraud
A former America Online call center worker pleaded guilty Monday to exercising the stock options of another employee and diverting tens of thousands of dollars to himself...
Fujitsu unwires U.S. workers
Fujitsu is now selling gear for a mobile work force in North America after a successful European run, the high-tech device maker said Monday. Fujitsu's "Enterprise...
Ex-IT worker charged with sabotage
A former system administrator for UBS PaineWebber appeared in a New Jersey federal court Tuesday on charges of sabotaging two-thirds of the company's computer systems in ...
Ex-Sun worker files discrimination suit
A former Sun Microsystems employee is suing the company, claiming it violated age and race discrimination laws by keeping younger East Indian workers while firing him and...
SARS underscores need for mobile workers
The rapid outbreak of a deadly flu-like virus has underlined how ill-equipped Asia-Pacific companies are in supporting a remote workplace, according to market researcher ...
Motorola workers still quarantined
The Motorola night-shift worker in Singapore infected with a deadly flu-like virus has been discharged from the hospital, days after news of her illness caused the worrie...
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