Mass layoffs do not end and Uber, the personalized travel platform, is one of the last companies to join the painful measure of forced weight loss.
According to Axis, the US company Uber Technologies issued an internal document for staff to make it known that will cut 200 employees in the recruitment areawith the purpose of saving costs in an attempt to face the most difficult economic conditions.
According to the information, the cuts would affect 35% of Uber’s recruitment team, which represents less than 1% of the total staff, although it is noted that smaller rounds of company-wide cuts would follow.
The public transport company via application, has cut hundreds of other jobs this year, primarily in its cargo unit and overseas food delivery operations. The past cuts, along with those just announced, add up to about 3% of Uber’s staff.
The company has more than 32,000 elements worldwidealthough Uber drivers are not considered employees.
“Since wear is low, the size of the Talent Acquisition team must fit our recruitment strategy and set up the business for continued success,” Nikki Krishnamurthy, who serves as Uber’s chief people officer, wrote in the memo.
On an international level, Another of the companies that announced mass layoffs was Deutsche Bankwho plans to cut 10% of its German retail workforce.
The financial institution will lay off about 17,000 employeesaccording to sources close to the matter.
Citigroup to lay off 1,600 employees in the second quarter
Goldman Sachs will continue to cut its workforce in the coming weeks
Reddit will lay off about 5% of its workforce