Dell Technologies has announced that it will reduce its workforce. The company has asked 6650 employees to show the exit of the company. According to the Bloomberg report, the company’s chief operating officer, Jeff Clarke, informed employees in a memo. In which it was said that the position of the company in the market is not very good and this decision has been made in view of its uncertain future. It has also been said in the note that despite the measures taken previously to reduce spending, despite the ban imposed on hiring and displacement works, things are not being done.
Let us tell you that Dell has joined the last name among those tech giants who have recently laid off thousands of employees. We had told you in a report that in Jan 2023, more than 1 lakh people have lost their jobs so far. At the same time, including the entire year of 2022 and the first month of 2023, more than 2.5 lakh people have lost their jobs. Companies that have been laid off include big names like Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs Group.
Due to the increase in interest rates and inflation, expenses in the world of consumption and business have been reduced, the direct effect of which is manifested in the decrease in demand for company products. Last month, Google’s parent company Alphabet laid off 12,000 people. At the same time, Microsoft has also announced the removal of 10,000 employees. Apart from this, the audio transmission company Spotify has also announced that it will reduce the workforce by 6%. To cope with the global recession, announcements of layoffs from small to large companies are continually arriving.
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