🌎 Multiple locations ∙ 👩 3,000 employees (13%) ∙ 🖥 All departments
On Monday, Uber laid off 3,000 additional employees on top of the 3,700 employees cut two weeks ago. In a memo to the team, Uber’s CEO alluded to the creation of a public alumni talent directory as part of the company’s efforts to support departing employees.
That alumni directory is now live. Similar to the official Airbnb layoff list, Uber’s version allows recruiters and hiring managers to filter laid-off employees by location and role. Additional details include whether the person is open to relocation and/or remote work, and any experience managing people.
See below link 👇for the official Uber layoff list, as well as an unofficial Uber layoffs list that we posted previously.
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