According to recent reports, Continental may cut these jobs as part of an effort to save money. The company is preparing for a restructuring that could result in it saving as much as 400 million euros per year.
Continental notes it would start seeing those savings in 2025. That means the restructuring will largely take place in 2024. It could also suffer charges for the thousands of job cuts that it’s planning for.
Investors will want to keep an eye on Continental as the company is likely to reveal further details of its layoffs in the coming months. That might include hard numbers for the total jobs that will be cut as part of the restructuring.
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Continental is far from the only tech company that has been announcing layoffs recently. Several major corporations are also cutting jobs to deal with a tough economy.
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CTTAY stock is up slightly on Monday morning after the company’s layoff plans were revealed. The stock is also up 7% year-to-date.
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