Ricoh to Cut 10,000 Jobs
A report issued last week by Agence France-Presse (AFP) describes Ricoh’s plans to cut 10,000 jobs worldwide over three years. The Japan-based company indicated that its first round of major job cuts are to be concluded by March 2014.
From a total staff count of over 100,000, Ricoh currently employs 40,000 people in Japan and around 69,000 across its international operations.
Read the complete AFP report through Yahoo News
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