This week, the e-commerce giant Amazon was forced to begin a massive staff reduction, which, according to unofficial data, could affect up to 10,000 people in different divisions of the company. In a written address to employees, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy admitted that cuts would continue early next year.
Now, according to the Amazon CEO, the company is in the process of forming a new plan annually, and while management is evaluating the need for further reductions in staff. All departments and employees affected by the relevant decisions will be notified in early 2023, as Andy Jesse explained in his letter. As soon as the plan for further reductions is approved, direct supervisors will provide details to their subordinates.
Analyzing the performance of Amazon’s business this year, according to the head of the company, is hampered by difficulties across the economy and the previous stage of active recruitment. As reported in the letter from the head, cuts have already affected Amazon’s units related to books and devices, as well as personnel structures and a number of engineering positions. However, it is already known that next year Amazon will continue to cut staff in its stores and administrative staff. Amazon is ready to provide all kinds of support to dismissed employees, including all necessary payments and assistance in finding a new job.
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