Google’s Parent Company Plans to Fire 10K Employees

Taking the path of Twitter, Meta, and Amazon, Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is reported to be planning to lay off around 10,000 employees.  As per reports, Google’s parent company is thinking to downsize its workforce by nearly 6 per cent.

According to a report in ‘The Information’, Google is expected to evaluate the performance of its employees. This performance analysis will help the management to drive out thousands of underperforming employees. The firing of employees by Google’s parent company may start from the beginning of 2023.

A few months back, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai had hinted at future layoffs.

Speaking at the Code Conference in Los Angeles, Pichai said that the company has become slower after an increase in the employee count. Pichai had warned employees who do not take their work seriously.

Google hired a lot of employees after the COVID pandemic, but at present, it is also facing financial constraints.


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