Monday, January 30, 2023

‘Wave’ of layoffs: Which tech companies have announced massive cuts in 2023?

moreover 6th wave of COVID19Another wave runs through the world: that of mass layoffs,

Like SARS-CoV-2, this wave has increased with speed, However, this ‘edition’ has mainly influenced companies in the technology sector,

The origin of this infection is also diffused, but its adverse effects are being felt inside. 2022with him Dismissal of more than 150 thousand employees According to one specialized site, companies dedicated to the technology,

It’s 2023, the wave has intensified. The first month of the year is not over yet and companies like Spotify, Google, we work, Microsoft And Amazon has laid off a large number of employees.

In fact, according to the list of lay offleast 180 companies In January 2023 the people of this area have cut. Prominent among these are:


Earlier this year, Amazon announced it would be laying off more 18 thousand employees because of that”instability in the economyTo be “global” and “hired (employees) quickly” in recent years.


Apart from the massive layoffs planned by Elon Musk’s company in 2022; the company closed at least 40 workers more at the beginning of the year.


Cryptocurrency trading platform Coinbase announced in early January that it was laying off 950 personsAbout one in five employees on their staff.

flex port

Flexport is an American multinational corporation focused on supply chain management and logistics, also established in January 600 employees,


Microsoft announced plans 10 thousand jobs finishedOr about 5 percent of its workforce in 2023.

The layoffs come at a time when the software giant said it is looking at customers taking the cautious step parts of the world in recession,


The transportation service by app announced the dismissal of almost 13 percent of its employees. 700 employees,

black shark

From being one of the most promising companies, Black Shark is experiencing a catastrophic downsizing. In a matter of months, the company was reduced to only 100 employees from a workforce of over a thousand employees, which they have accused the Chinese company of not paying the relevant compensation.


Google’s parent company, Alphabetannounced lay off 12,000 employeesmore than 6 percent of its global workforce.

The cuts will affect jobs globally and across the company, CEO Sundar Pichai explained in an email to employees, writing that he believes “Full responsibility for the decisions that got us here”,


was the last large company to announce mass layoffs Spotifycompany that plans lay off about 6 percent of your workforceAle

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