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Microsoft-owned LinkedIn, which helps people get jobs, carries out second round of layoffs, 700 employees lose their jobs

LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned platform has decided to cut jobs since there has been a drop in demand.

Meta announces 2nd round of layoffs to become ‘flatter and leaner’: 10000 jobs to be cut, 5000 openings not to be filled

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that 10,000 jobs in the company will be cut in the second round of layoffs

Pocket Aces, which runs popular YouTube channels Gobble, FilterCopy amongst others, lays off 25% of the workforce

Pocket Aces, which was established in 2013, also runs the gaming software Loco and the talent management platform Clout which manages over 100 digital actors and influences.

Amazon begins layoffs in India, informs affected employees over email and promises them 5 months of severance pay

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy had earlier announced that the e-commerce giant will lay off over 18,000 employees.

‘More job cuts next year’: WaPo announces layoffs post losing 500k subscribers in a year, employees outraged as publisher refuses to answer questions

The Washington Post publisher Fred Ryan announced during a meeting with employees that company would eliminate some positions in 2023

Zomato fires three per cent of its workforce across departments, earlier co-founder Mohit Gupta quit among three high-level exits

Food delivery aggregator Zomato has reportedly fired 3 per cent of its workforce after three high-level exits

“I’m especially sorry to those impacted”: Says Mark Zuckerberg while announcing layoffs of over 11,000 Meta employees

Facebook owner Meta laid off over 11,000 employees globally in a cost-cutting move

Facebook parent company Meta planning to layoff thousands of employees: Report

Meta, Facebook's parent company, plans to begin layoffs this week, affecting thousands of employees

Accenture India fires a large number of employees for taking jobs using fake experience letters

Accenture India fires a large number of people after finding out that their experience credentials were fake

Twitter fires almost all employees in India, major layoffs in the marketing, communications and engineering teams

Twitter has 300 employees in India and almost 250 employees across all the functions were fired on Friday

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