About seven years ago, Intel began a painful process of mass layoffs. During the process, which began in 2015 and lasted until 2016, 13,000 employees were fired. Brian Krzanich was the CEO at the time, and in addition to being a tool for this redundancy strategy, he stamped out a controversial policy of banning re-hiring. This policy was quietly repealed, they reported The Oregon.

The source said Intel was in trouble with staff and that the re-hiring policy was not helpful. The chipmaker currently needs thousands of employees in the United States, and ambitious expansion plans are still underway – which will increase the demand for skilled and experienced staff even more.


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