Layoffs in 2023 by google, microsft & other it companies

Layoffs in 2023  

Layoffs.fyi says that so far in 2023, there have been 168,243 layoffs, based on full months. The tracker shows that the number of tech layoffs done so far this year is already more than the total number of tech layoffs in 2022.

Layoffs by google 

12,000 Google employees lost their jobs in early 2023. Since the pandemic, Google has experienced post-covid growing pains despite deciding that its growth was long-lasting. On January 20, 2023, a startling email was delivered to each employee in an effort to reduce costs.

Layoffs by microsoft 

According to a Microsoft spokesperson, the recent round of layoffs is part of an ongoing effort to bring the company's expenses in line with its revenue. To fill in the blanks, the 10,000 workers laid off in 2023 began their careers in the supply chain, AI, and the Internet of Things.

Layoffs by amazon 

The Amazon layoffs for 2023 have been announced, and the company is planning to eliminate a total of 9000 workers. The company said it was going to fire more than 18,000 people, which led to this decision. Then, Andy Jassy, the CEO of Amazon, said that more workers would be affected and that Amazon layoffs in 2023 would keep happening. The company says that the layoffs are because of how uncertain the economy is right now.

Layoffs by linkedin 

LinkedIn, a social networking platform owned by Microsoft, said it would cut 716 jobs and stop offering a job application service in China because of a drop in demand. In a letter to employees, CEO Ryan Roslansky said that job cuts would be made in the sales, operations, and support departments. The goal was to streamline operations and cut down on bureaucracy so that decisions could be made more quickly.

Layoffs by  Intel 

The ntel Layoffs 2023 were announced on January 31, revealing that 340 employees at Chipmaker's California Campus were let go. Employees of Intel would see a reduction in their salaries. Depending on their compensation package, these pay cuts would range from 5 to 25%.

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