At least 15 startups, including the most-funded unicorns, let go of close to 3,000 employees in January, taking the total tally of layoffs to more than 20,000 since the start of 2022
Comedian Shraddha Jain was calm, collected and caustic in a video offering her take on widespread layoffs in the tech industry.
Google layoffs: Taking to LinkedIn like many of his former colleagues, the Los Angeles-based legal executive narrated how get got to know about his job loss at 2 am, while he was feeding his newborn.
Google has laid off its director of mental health and wellbeing in ongoing job cuts that will affect 6% of its workforce.
PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada also termed the job cuts as 'refinements' instead of layoffs. Twitter users who saw the email hit out at her for celebrating promotions given to employees in the same email in which she announced the layoffs.
Tiger Global turning cautious and going slow on investments suggest a painful period for startups in the country that thrive on private equity and venture capital funding.
The ex Google worker, in his lawsuit, claims that the company’s human resources department did not take action after he complained about the alleged incident.
Many Google employees have reported being abruptly blocked from their work accounts.
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The heartless conduct of big tech companies who have casually announced massive layoffs thrusts the stigma of failure on hapless employees
Google layoffs: A San Francisco-based software engineer was terminated just days after he returned from his bereavement leave.
A former Google employee has documented the moment she realised she had been laid off by the IT giant.
Google layoffs: 27 in-house massage therapists were laid off, with 24 in Google’s Mountain View office and three in the Southern California markets of Los Angeles and Irvine, CNBC reported.
The Tech sector has lost its sheen in terms of talent demand. It's not an employees’ market and startups are no longer everyone’s choice as career starters.
In the last year, more than 70,000 people globally have been laid off by Big Tech companies and that doesn't count the downstream effect of contractors (and other organisations) losing business as budgets tighten.
More than 35 firms in the Chicago region are willing to hire workers on H-1B visas, given to foreign employees in specialty occupations such as software engineering.
In its second edition of India Union Budget survey, Kantar found that consumers expect an announcement in policy changes with respect to income tax, with increasing basic income tax exemption limit from current Rs 2.5 lakh being the most common expectation.
On January 20, Google axed 12,000 jobs across the globe, its CEO Sundar Pichai announced, becoming the latest tech giant after Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon to retrench staff en mass amid the global economic downturn.
Former co-founder and MD of BharatPe, suggests salary reduction as an alternative to mass firings. Easier said than done, says many. Many others say taking gig workers on a project-by-project basis by paying them higher would be a better option.
The number of layoffs has crossed last year’s three-week average of around 1,060 sackings as more companies take up the layoff route to stay afloat amid a stubborn funding winter.
Earlier today, NITES had stated that it 'strongly condemns the unethical layoffs done by Wipro' and will be submitting a complaint to the labour department for an inquiry.
In one of the WhatsApp groups, there are more than 800 jobless Indian IT workers who are circulating among themselves vacancies appearing in the country.
Several Indian banks added thousands of employees in 2022, even as global banking giants cut their workforce by thousands
Several multi nationals have retrenched in the recent past leading to job cuts in the US and other countries.
The Nascent Information Technology Employees Senate (NITES), a union of IT employees, said that it 'strongly condemns the unethical layoffs done by Wipro'