Meta has announced that it will cut an additional 10,000 company-wide jobs. As revealed by himself Mark Zuckerberg In a post on Facebook, this process is said to be part of a restructuring of the company during its “Year of Efficiency”.

Specifically, Zuckerberg notes that the cuts are being made to “become a better technology company” and to “improve our financial performance in a challenging environment so that we can execute on our long-term vision.”

In addition, it is expected that lower priority projects will be canceled across the Meta network, the pace of hiring will be reduced, the hierarchy will be “flatter”, the procurement team will be reduced and, as mentioned for a moment, that the 10,000 jobs be cut and cancel approximately 5,000 pending vacancies cover

Layoffs in technology divisions will be announced at the end of April, those for business groups at the end of May, and something similar is also planned for international teams, although Zuckerberg said local leaders would be notified.

“It’s going to be tough and there’s no getting around it,” as Zuckerberg puts it. “It will mean saying goodbye to talented and passionate colleagues who have been part of our success. They have been dedicated to our mission and I am personally grateful for all of their efforts. We will support people the same way we have. done before and will treat everyone with the gratitude they deserve.”

In the lengthy post, Zuckerberg also calls on Meta employees to find ways to work together in person, as “engineers who joined Meta in person and then transferred remotely or remained in person performed better in average than those who joined Meta remotely.

The Meta executive concluded by adding, “Our community is extremely resilient. Change is never easy, but I know we will get through it and come out with an even stronger company that can create better products more quickly and allow them to do the best work of their lives.” careers.”

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