T-Mobile Gets Ready For Second Round of Layoffs – 900 Employees To Lose Their Jobs | Tech NEWS

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T-Mobile is getting ready for a second round of job cuts in which the number 4 carrier in the US plans to layoff 900 more of their employees across the US. The layoffs follow 10 consecutive quarters of customer contract losses and will should help T-Mo hold apply that billion they recently acquired from AT&T to help rollout their upcoming 4G LTE network.

The cuts wont affect “front line” employees (those working at T-Mobile retail locations), but will hit those in which T-Mobile feels will help their new restructuring efforts. Those employees will be this notified this week with T-Mobile’s CEO Philip Humm sending out an email to employees saying:

Dear colleagues,

Since the beginning of the year, T-Mobile has stressed that 2012 is a rebuilding year for the corporation. A vital step in that process was announced in March with the consolidation of our call centers. This week, T-Mobile is taking the second crucial step. We are announcing a new structure that further aligns our expenses with our revenue realities, enables teams who support our field organization to act and react with greater speed and effectiveness to customer and market opportunities, and better positions us to return to growth.

The new organization required difficult decisions that will impact some of our employees. This week, news will be shared personally with employees and teams who are directly affected by the restructuring. Changes will include some position eliminations and changes to individual roles and responsibilities. It is significant to emphasize these impacts to employees result from business decisions. We have tremendous employees here at T-Mobile and we truly wish we could retain all our ability, but our business realities require firm choices. For affected team members, we are providing generous transition support including severance, assistance with COBRA continuation c

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