UNDATED (CNN) -- Computer giant Hewlett-Packard is laying off another 2,000 workers.
That's in addition to the 27,000 jobs being eliminated by the end of the 2014 fiscal year.
Back in May, HP unveiled a restructuring plan that reduced the company's workforce by eight-percent with some through layoffs and others through retirement.
The company has struggled to compete in the mobile world with industry-leader Apple and is now trying to reposition itself as more of a software and services company.
This year alone, the company's stock has dropped more than 30 percent.