If transaction volumes have dropped by 50 per cent, cut headcount
by 30 to 35 per cent (keep a 15 per cent buffer), and do it in departments directly affected.
The cost of sales trend is negative, a good situation for the plant, in condition to maintain sales per direct headcount
is expected to be down in the mid-single digits.
'We do not comment on speculations regarding further headcount
reductions,' the report said citing an UBS spokeswoman.
Consolidations of employment, even those intended to reduce overall headcount
, can stimulate a benefit in the jurisdiction affected by the employee movement.
"Budgets are shifting from headcount
to technology so that compliance can become repeatable, sustainable, and cost-effective."
and European companies have sought to cut their capital expenditure and operating costs, both of which impact directly on the headcount
Chief executive officer, Phaneesh Murthy said the company plans to expand its employee count to about 7,000 from its current headcount
Early in the downturn, at least a few businesses were trying to avoid layoffs by using other means--like sabbaticals or pay cuts--to reduce payrolls and headcounts
. But layoffs surged as business conditions worsened, especially after Sept.
As you'll see later, a click on Current Reports evokes the current worksheet that, in turn, can access any of several financial documents, including an income statement, a balance sheet and a headcount
, in fact, is where overfunding is most readily apparent.
In response to the economic crisis and internationalisation, headcounts
have shrunk, and managers have had to take on greater and wider responsibilities.