Caliper Technologies Slashes 12 Percent of Workforce; Reorganizes Management Team

Caliper Technologies has further reduced its workforce, cutting 12 percent, or 65 people — including seven vice presidents — from its payroll as part of a restructuring following it acquisition of Zymark in July, the company said last week.

Caliper said it will also make some hires to accommodate the transfer of certain functions to the company’s Hopkinton, Mass., headquarters, “and to add skill sets which will support the company’s strategic direction.”

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