Layoff news rounding up from the Finnish mobile maker giant Nokia, which confirmed that it, is going to cut up to 1,000 employees at its plant in Salo, Finland. The jobs will be cut gradually through 2012, with most cuts expecting to be happened by the end of June. The mobile giant is in the middle of major mass reorganization under its Chief executive Stephen Elop. The remaining staff at Salo plant will focus on tailoring software for European operators.
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