🌎 San Francisco, Toronto ∙ 👩 109 employees (40%) ∙ 🖥 All departments
UPDATE: A Lever employee says that 86 people were laid off, not 109 as Business Insider had estimated.
Lever, which makes applicant tracking software for recruiting, laid off 40% of its employees last week. The layoffs affected
109 86 people in their San Francisco and Toronto offices (see below link for an opt-in list👇). Recruiting has been one of the tech sectors hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, as companies have been slowing down hiring (and as we know, also laying people off). Recruiting startups ZipRecruiter, AngelList, and Triplebyte have also conducted layoffs recently.
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