Ericsson to lay off 1,200 employees in Sweden
Economy

Ericsson Announces Job Cuts in Sweden, Continues to Serve Customers in Belgium While Online Platforms Offer Insights into Various Industries

Ericsson, a Swedish telecom equipment supplier, has announced plans to cut 1,200 jobs in its home country of Sweden due to challenges in the mobile networks market. This reduction in workforce represents 8 percent of the company’s employees in Sweden. In addition to the job cuts, Ericsson is implementing other cost-saving measures, such as using fewer consultants and streamlining its processes.

A year ago, Ericsson had also announced plans to cut 1,400 jobs in Sweden, while its Finnish competitor Nokia had announced job cuts of its own. Despite these challenges, Ericsson continues to serve customers in Belgium, such as Proximus, Orange, and Telenet. These companies turned to European suppliers like Ericsson and Nokia a few years ago to replace Chinese players banned by authorities for their network infrastructure needs.

Meanwhile, there are various online platforms and communities discussing topics related to mobile apps, affiliate marketing, ad networks, and real estate mentorship. These platforms provide valuable insights and resources for individuals looking to navigate these industries successfully.

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