Another mass job lay-off is imminent in Ericsson Nigeria. The telecommunications company is planning to lay off several of its Nigerian employees and outsource the work to India by the end of the November. According to sources, the affected workers are working in the Network Operating Centre and have allegedly been tasked with handling the… Continue reading [BRANDS]#NEWS: LAY-OFFS LOOM IN ERICSSON NIGERIA, AS COMPANY SET TO HIRE INDIANS.
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The Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) and its mobile subsidiary (MTEL) are to employ 10,000 Nigerians, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications has been informed. The new owners of the once state-owned telecommunications giant, NATCOM, which is a consortium of seven local and foreign companies, made the disclosure at an investigative public hearing by… Continue reading [TELECOMMS] NATCOM’S NITEL/MTEL SET TO EMPLOY 10,000 NIGERIANS