The move is part of a plan unveiled in June to shrink its workforce by some 50,000 positions by 2017.
The cuts will bolster the company’s effort to improve transparency and reduce costs.
Two foreign employees paid more than two months of their salary to Career Central as agency fees.
Its former managing director and financial controller were accused for misusing the company’s funds.
HR managers and employees hold contrasting views about performance assessments, a new survey has revealed.
The US$160 billion deal is expected to close in the second half of 2016.