Sprint has cut 452 jobs at its Overland Park, Kan., headquarters, as it undertakes its planned staff cuts.
The Kansas City Star reports that the cuts are the first installment of local layoffs planned throughout October. The layoffs were revealed in a filing with the Kansas City Department of Commerce. (See Sprint Starts Layoffs, Will Take $160M Charge.)
Sprint hasn't revealed how many cuts are coming yet. It has laid off more than 900 employees at its HQ so far this year.
Sprint has said the layoffs will include management and non-management positions and be "largely completed" by the end of October. It expects to take a $160 million charge in the fall quarter because of the cuts.
There have been some suggestions that Sprint may even move its HQ at some point. (See Sprint: Heading to California?)
— Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, Light Reading