T-Mobile USA CEO sends out memo to employees detailing the company's new restructuring efforts

T-Mobile USA CEO sends out memo to employees detailing the company's new restructuring efforts
Back in late March, T-Mobile announced its plans on closing down seven of its call centers, which resulted in the loss of some 1,000 jobs during the process. However, it seems that future job cuts are on the horizon for some employees, as a memo from T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm details the company’s future restructuring efforts.

Reading into the lengthy memo, Humm mentions having to make some “difficult decisions” that would affect mostly back of the house employees – whereas “representatives in the remaining 17 call centers, technicians in engineering, and frontline employees in our T-Mobile corporate-owned stores will not be affected.

With this “new structure” for the carrier, it’s unknown at this point on how many employees will actually be losing their jobs, but as Humm makes clear early in the memo, “T-Mobile has stressed that 2012 is a rebuilding year for the company.” Therefore, it’s quite possible that more layoffs might be on the horizon to meet with the company’s revenue realities.

Naturally, we’ll more than likely see another kind of communication over the course of the week regarding the details about this round of layoffs. If you’re curious to know what was mentioned in the memo to T-Mobile employees, you can read about it below.

source: The Verge via TmoNews


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