Wednesday, November 30

Amazon CEO says the worst is not over: layoffs continue in 2023 | Digital Trends Spanish

Troubles in the tech industry continue to hit workers as this week according to a report in The New York Timesup to 10,000 jobs could be eliminated in Amazonwhich has been ratified by the CEO of the company, Andy Jassy.

In a letter to employees posted yesterday. He said the company has “hired quickly” in recent years, but “the economy is still in a tough place.” With annual planning now extending into the new year, “there will be further role reductions as leaders continue to make adjustments,” she added.

“We are in the middle of our annual operational planning review where we look at each of our businesses and make decisions about what we think we need to change. Leaders across the company are working with their teams and looking at their workforce levels, the investments they want to make going forward, and prioritizing what matters most to customers and the long-term health of our businesses. This year’s review is made more difficult due to the fact that the economy is still in a tough place and we have been hiring quickly in recent years,” Jassy commented.

Jassy did not say how many people would be laid off or when, but noted that there would be “reductions in our PXT stores and organizations.” [personas, experiencia y tecnología]». He added that the company will inform affected employees well before the layoffs are made public.

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