Nokia is expected to approve the sale of their Devices and Services division to Microsoft in the shareholder meeting scheduled for later today. It seems some of the Nokia employees are not happy over this decision. Nokia Dongguan factory employees in China are protesting this deal between Nokia and Microsoft. They are expecting to receive some compensation in the process. Nokia China confirmed the protests and informed that actual factory work is not getting affected by it.
Unwiredview reported that the poster among protesting employees in the above image means “We do not sell, we have dignity and human rights”. I don’t understand why they are not happy over Microsoft’s acquisition because Microsoft is much stronger company financially over Nokia and it can pay them better.