Samsung Mobile to freeze the salaries of its employees, blame the plummeting profits76
That piece of news is coming from an unnamed Samsung official, which claimed that “the management and employees have reached an agreement on fixing wages”.
Another Samsung representative later claimed that the exact reason for this unpopular decision is the slow rate at which China's economy is growing of late, combined with the weaker position of the Japanese Yen.
As a refresher, last year Samsung cut 30% of the personnel working in its mobile division. Later on, many low-tier executives also got the pink slips. What's more, for the last financial quarter, Samsung reported another disappointing financial report.
Apparently, this will be the first time Samsung has hard-fixed salaries since 2009. Certainly, the company is swearing by the upcoming Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, hoping that they'll sell better than the Galaxy S5 and will mark the the turning of the tides for Samsung.