Nikon to “re-assign” 1,550 employees in Japan, total headcount will be reduced by 1,000 *UPDATED*

An update on the Nikon layoffs fiasco: as part of their financial statements, Nikon released a “Notice of Restructuring” which describes “re-assigning 1000 employees to reduce fixed cost” in the Lithography division. For the Imaging Business Unit, an additional 350 domestic employees that will be “rationalized” and “re-assigned”.

Update: Nikon will actually “re-assign” a total 1,550 employees (including 200 people at their headquarters), but the total headcount will be reduced by 1,000 by March 31, 2017, just what Nikkei reported yesterday.

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