Tech giant Google has recently downsized its news division, with nearly 40 to 45 employees in Google News reportedly losing their positions, according to a spokesperson from the Alphabet Workers Union, reported CNBC.
Amid mass layoffs, Google’s parent company Alphabet has also fired 100 robots that helped keep its cafeterias spick and span, reported Wired.
Google’s parent organization Alphabet is laying off 12,000 employees or 6 percent of its workforce amid a grim growth outlook.
Amid a wave of layoffs, Google’s parent company Alphabet, too, plans to fire a significant chunk of its workforce--around 6 percent, or 10,000 people, media reports said.
New York/IBNS: The Alphabet Inc-owned internet giant Google has set sights on buying an office building for USD 2.1 Billion, showing positive signs of bringing employees under the pre-covid style of work.
Oakland (California)/IBNS: Google has extended the period of work from home for its employees by a few more months to September 2021 as the Covid-19 pandemic is far from subsiding and the anti-coronavirus vaccine is yet to hit the shelves.
Mountain View/IBNS: Recalling his struggling phase in life amid the Covid-19 scare, Alphabet Inc. CEO Sundar Pichai has recently shared that his plane ticket to the United States where he went to study was equivalent to his father's annual income, media reports said.
Washington/IBNS: Indian-origin Google’s chief executive Sundar Pichai has been named as the chief of Google’s parent company Alphabet.