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Dell Layoffs, VMware Remote Worker Pay Cuts: 7 Key Points

Here’s everything you need to know about the recent layoffs at Dell Technologies and employee salary cuts at VMware for remote workers.

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VMware Cuts Salary For Employees Relocating And Working From Home

Last week, VMware confirmed a report that employees who choose to become permanent remote workers would receive a pay cut depending on where they relocate.

Employees who worked at VMware’s headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif. that have decided to leave Silicon Valley must accept salary reductions. For example, if an employee leaves for Denver, they will receive an 18 percent pay cut, while moving to San Diego or Los Angeles means an 8 percent salary cut on their annual pay, according to a Bloomberg report that cites people familiar with the matter.

In a statement to CRN, VMware it is dedicated to equitable pay based on several factors including location and geography.

“Through our Future of Work initiative, VMware is building a dynamic, global workforce of the future where our people have choice and flexibility to work from any location that accelerates their productivity to deliver the most innovative solutions for our customers,” VMware told CRN. “Our program is designed to empower our employees with the information to help them make decisions should they desire to relocate. VMware is dedicated to equitable pay for its workforce, not by only race and gender, but also work location or geography.”

 
 
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