People are silhouetted as they pose with mobile devices in front of a screen projected with a Samsung logo, in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration
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The next few weeks are traditionally a tense time at Samsung Electronics Co. as executives wait to see if their work over the year is rewarded with promotion at the South Korean firm's annual performance review.Samsung told Reuters it was not considering any management changes or restructuring in response to the Note 7 crisis.The sense of frustration among Samsung staff has been heightened by the company's inability to find the cause of the fires in replacement Note 7s that began shipping last month with what Samsung said were safe batteries, insiders said.Samsung confirmed Koh wrote to staff, but did not comment on what he said.Koh and other Samsung executives have been active on internal messaging boards, discussing with employees how to deal with the Note 7 crisis, insiders said.About 70 percent of Samsung's more than 325,000 employees work outside South Korea.
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