Amazon said in a statement sent to its employees on Thursday (17), that the wave of layoffs is expected to continue in 2023.
In a letter published yesterday (17), big-tech CEO Andy Jassy announced that the company has been “hiring rapidly” in recent years and that the current economic situation is challenging. The statement informs of the recent decision to reduce employees in the area of people, experience and technology (people, experience and technology), with the company’s annual planning extending into the new year, but reductions will still be made in locations.
These decisions will be shared with employees in early 2023. Jassy said more people, experience and technology employees should be cut, as well as store positions should also be affected.
According to the New York Times report, Amazon could lay off as many as 10,000 jobs amid slowing year-end sales growth as it tends to transact more.
According to information released by Alex Heath, director of The Verge, Elon Musk is firing engineers with a “critical” function on the social network, which could threaten the company’s continuity.
“You can’t run Twitter without this team,” an engineer on the team told the reporter. Additionally, Twitter has disabled badge access to its offices.
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