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Systemax staff are shellshocked in the wake of the revelation that jobs in Europe - the region leading growth across the company - are to be cut. The reseller is consolidating back-office functions into a shared services centre in Eastern Europe as well as shuttering two retail brands and closing down PC production lines …

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Anonymous Coward

Typical of a US company

When things get tough, sacrifice anything overseas to stop the home boat sinking, even if they throw out the lifeboat division.

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Typical of a US company

Certainly this is so.

What is it about US people that makes them so blinkered?

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Former employee

As a former employee I'm glad to see that Pim is just as (un)committed as previous management to keeping employees informed about the company they work for...

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