CA's R&D lab reorganised

Wednesday, 25 March, 2009


A total of 31 jobs are to be made redundant in a restructuring move in CA's Melbourne R&D centre, after three successive acquisitions resulted in duplication of research and development skills in the field of identity and access management.

Unless suitable redeployment options are found, affected employees will be offered a comprehensive outplacement service to help them find new jobs, and will leave with severance packages that comply with industry best practice and legal requirements.

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