After Twitter and Meta, Now Google will lay off employees, 10,000 people can lost Jobs

Google Layoffs : After layoffs by tech companies like Meta and Amazon, now Google is also preparing to cut its workforce Google Layoffs. Alphabet, the parent company of Google, may soon follow this path amid staff cuts by tech giants. This has been disclosed in a report.

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Google Layoffs : 6% Employees will be laid off

According to a report by The Information, Google may lay off about 6 percent of its employees or 10,000 people. The company is first identifying those who are underperformers or those who are performing less than expected. It is being told that the reason for the cut is the deteriorating global financial condition of the company.

What is Google’s plan

Team managers have been asked to evaluate the employees under the ‘Ranking and Performance Improvement Plan’. The take-off could start as early as 2023. Based on this, it can be said that layoffs are only a few weeks away. Let us tell you that in the last performance review, about two percent of the employees were kept in the red list. Google Layoffs

Recently some global tech companies Amazon, Twitter and Meta have laid off thousands of employees. Twitter chief Elon Musk had decided to cut Twitter’s 7,500 workforce by almost half after taking over the micro-blogging site. Microsoft has also implemented job cuts.

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Signs were already found before Google Layoffs

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai indicated this a few months ago. He had said that Google as a company believes that when you have fewer resources than before, you must prioritize the right things to get the job done. In such a situation, it has to be seen whether your employees are really productive.

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