On the heels of news Patreon laid off its internal security staff, the company is laying off 17% of its employees, or 80 individuals.
Google employees could face layoffs in the near future if recent remarks by CEO Sundar Pichai are any indication.
TikTok is the latest company to lay off employees, giving the pink slip to some of its North American global business solutions team.
Microsoft is reportedly laying off hundreds of its contract workers as the company slows hiring and lays off some employees.
Groupon is the latest company to announce significant layoffs as a result of the economic downturn.
Oracle’s layoffs have hit its marketing and customer experience (CX) divisions, causing chaos within the company.
Robinhood is the latest company to announce layoffs, with co-founder and CEO Vlad Tenev announcing the move in a blog post.
Layoffs have begun at Oracle, with the company planning to cut thousands of jobs to reduce expenses.
Shopify is the latest victim of a changing economy, with the company revealing it is laying off roughly 1,000 employees.
Ford may be preparing to lay off 8,000 employees as the automaker pivots to the electric vehicle (EV) market.
Microsoft has announced a round of layoffs as the tech industry faces fresh uncertainty over the economy.
The hits keep on coming for Netflix, and not the blockbuster kind, as the company lays off an additional 300 employees.
Google is staring down a possible revolt amongst its staff over cloud layoffs impacting hundreds of Google Cloud employees.
Better.com continues to be the poster child for HR screw-ups, laying off 4,000 employees who only found out when their termination checks arrived.
Better.com is preparing to lay off an additional 4,000 employees, just months after its CEO infamously laid off 900 in a group Zoom call.
Less than a month after acquiring rival HuffPost, BuzzFeed has announced it will lay off 47 workers and shutter HuffPost Canada altogether.