New hairstyles inside Facebook.. This is what the company told employees

New hairstyles inside Facebook.. This is what the company told employees
New hairstyles inside Facebook.. This is what the company told employees

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Saturday, May 20, 2023 12:00 PM

A recent report revealed that the company, Meta, has told its employees that the next round of layoffs will begin next week. According to one report, company executives announced the layoffs in a question-and-answer session. Vox reported that Nick Clegg, the company’s head of global affairs, told employees “it’s a time of great anxiety and uncertainty” and that “the third wave is going to happen next week.”

Adding that “this affects everyone on business teams, including in my organizations,” Clegg said: “It’s just a time of great anxiety and uncertainty. … I wish I had an easy way to provide solace or comfort, it’s uncertain, And in fact, I’ve been really impressed by the way everyone shows – despite this uncertainty – just such resilience and professionalism.”

Clegg indicated that the next round of layoffs will follow a similar process for the layoffs in April, where 4,000 roles were canceled from multiple departments. On the day the layoffs begin, the company will publish a note to employees with details about the process and the teams that will be affected. And the company will require all employees “whose job permits” to work from home, Clegg was quoted as saying.

Layoff announcement

Mark Zuckerberg earlier announced that another round of layoffs will begin in May, however, the exact timing of the layoffs has not been confirmed, but the recent job cuts are expected to affect Meta’s business divisions and affect thousands of employees.

And in March, Zuckerberg announced that the company was looking to lay off 10,000 employees after it cut 11,000 jobs in November last year. In April, the company cut the workforce by about 4,000 out of a planned 10,000 jobs. The 6,000 locations (or part of them) are in this roundup.