Google is the latest company preparing for massive layoffs.
Alphabet Inc., Google’s parent company, joins the list of corporations to reduce its workforce for fears of a coming recession.
Meta, Amazon, and CNN are just a handful of other companies to recently announce layoffs.
Now, Google joins the list.
The tech giant will cut 12,000 jobs from its workforce.
Google reportedly plans to fire 12,000 employees, the company's largest-ever round of layoffs. #Google
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Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai sent an email to employees about the layoffs on Friday.
Pichai said in the message, titled “A difficult decision to set us up for the future,” that “I have some difficult news to share.”
This is the largest round of layoffs in Google’s history.
Google just announced to layoff 12,000 ppl, or 6% of its staff. This is the…