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insiders who are wondering when and where the company will outsource their jobs had better make sure they have an atlas when HR calls.
Six workers at People, who were in charge of setting up the tablet and smartphone apps for mobile readers, were recently told that their jobs were being exported — to Malaysia.
Meanwhile, Wood Wing appears ready to scoop up more jobs.
The company did not return an email seeking comment, but on its website, John Fong, managing director of its digital services division, said, “Our experienced consulting and outsourcing teams unburden our customers from all tasks involved in the ‘tabletization’ of their publications.” The Wood Wing website adds: “In many cases, the establishment of internal resources is not an option, so outsourcing seems the way to go.” A Time spokeswoman said the publishing company “does not comment on personnel matters.” While news of the latest People cutbacks was slowly circulating through the system, the parent company released its 2015 proxy report on Tuesday, which revealed the rich compensation packages of its upper-echelon execs.
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But they must obtain permission from an Islamic, or shariah, court to marry more than one.
When we talk about dating and social media sites, we associate them more with traditional desktop online dating which has really established its presence in the last 15 to 20 years.
A Pew Research Centre study on ‘Dating and Mating in the Digital Age’ conducted last year revealed that 66% of online daters had actually gone on a date with someone they met online with 23% of them having entered into marriage or a long term relationship after meeting through these sites.
Many see it as the endgame for the failed promise of the tablet, which only a few short years ago was viewed as the salvation of magazine publishing.
The worry among Time insiders, of course, is that People’s move is just the first in a wave of jobs that CEO Joe Ripp will ship offshore. last year imposed its “last best and final” contract offer on 200 edit employees who are covered by the Newspaper Guild.