As the media dedicates many column inches discussing the future of Nortel the company, the employees are often the forgotten bit players. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has produced a documentary about two Nortel employees in Canada - Mark Lavoie and Paul Arbour - and how the specter of job cuts is looming over their heads and how it is affecting their families. These are real people with fierce loyalties to a company that "keeps letting them down," says CBC news reporter Julie Ireton in her report '16 Rounds and Still Standing'.
|The title refers to the 16 rounds of layoffs at the company, according to Ireton. At the 9:00 minute timeline below, Lavoie speaks about the dashed hopes of Nortel employees becoming multimillionaires. Meanwhile at the 19:30 minute timeline, Ireton relays information that Nortel has a multimillion dollar debt payment due Thursday of this week.|
Additionally, CBC News is speculating in a report today that Nortel maybe forced into bankruptcy if it can't make its debt payments this week.
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