Pared

Pared layoff list surfaces

🌎 San Francisco Bay Area, New York City βˆ™ πŸ‘© At least 16 employees βˆ™ πŸ–₯ Multiple departments

Pared, a hiring marketplace for the food industry, conducted a significant layoff. With restaurants across the country under extreme pressure due to lockdown orders, there’s not much hiring happening in the food industry right now.

Pared released a layoff spreadsheet this week (see link πŸ‘‡). The list includes 16 former employees in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City, including several software engineers.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Pared has raised just under $14 million to date.

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Andela

Andela layoff list emerges after it laid off 135 employees

🌎 Nairobi, Lagos, Kigali, Kampala, New York City βˆ™ πŸ‘© 135 employees βˆ™ πŸ–₯ Multiple departments

An Africa-focused startup that provides β€œengineering as a service” to other companies, Andela laid off 135 employees in May. The company cited a decline in customers due to the economic downturn. Andela is also shifting its strategy from acting as a talent accelerator to serving as a talent outsourcing firm.

The Andela layoff list features 59 former engineers and 30 non-engineers (see link below πŸ‘‡). Most are based in Africa, though a few are located in New York City.

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Sprinklr

Official Sprinklr layoff list surfaces

🌎 New York City βˆ™ πŸ‘© At least 30 employees βˆ™ πŸ–₯ Multiple departments

Sprinklr, a customer experience management platform with a $1 billion+ valuation, conducted a layoff in late May, according to multiple LinkedIn posts.

Yesterday the company began promoting a Sprinklr Talent Directory for employees “impacted due to COVID-19” (see link πŸ‘‡). The Sprinklr layoff list features 30 ex-employees from multiple functions across the country, with a bent towards customer success roles.

Source: Google Sheets

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Uber

Official Uber layoff list goes live; over 500 ex-employees listed

🌎 Multiple locations βˆ™ πŸ‘© 3,000 employees (13%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ 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 Uber 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 πŸ‘‡for the official Uber layoff list, as well as an unofficial Uber layoffs list that we posted previously.

Source: Uber.com (Official), Coda.io (Unofficial)

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Cadre

Real estate investing startup Cadre laid off 28 employees

🌎 New York City βˆ™ πŸ‘© 28 employees (25%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

Cadre, an online marketplace for commercial real estate investments, laid off 28 employees (25%) last week. The company, which makes money in part from up-front transaction fees, has been hurt by the sudden slowdown in the real estate market. Cadre is offering laid-off employees health insurance through the end of 2020 and an extension of the post-termination exercise period on vested stock options to two years.

See link below πŸ‘‡for an opt-in list of employees laid off across Cadre’s sales, product, engineering, people, and finance departments.

Source: Google Sheets

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Petal

Credit card startup Petal conducts layoff

🌎 New York City βˆ™ πŸ‘© At least 10 employees βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

Petal, which offers credit cards to people who may not have a credit score yet, conducted a layoff last week. It’s unclear how many employees were affected, but a Google spreadsheet of team members looking for new roles lists at least 10 people (see link below πŸ‘‡).

Source: Google Sheets

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Uber

Uber laid off 3,700 employees, with more expected

🌎 SF Bay Area, NYC, Chicago, Phoenix βˆ™ πŸ‘© 3,700 employees (14%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ Customer support, recruiting

Uber, the ridesharing service, laid off 3,700 employees (14%) last Wednesday. The layoff was concentrated in the company’s customer support and recruiting teams. Uber CEO’s letter to staff strongly hinted that more cuts are coming in the next week, including in engineering and product.

The Information reported that as many as 5,400 employees are expected to ultimately be laid off. However, one source tells Layoffs.fyi the total count could be as high as 6,700. In addition, 400-500 employees are reportedly being cut from Uber’s subsidiary Jump, which is being offloaded to Lime as part of Uber’s investment in the electric scooter company.

See link below πŸ‘‡for a crowdsourced list of 250+ employees laid off from Uber.

Source: Coda.io

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Kabbage

Ex-Kabbage layoff spreadsheet lists over 100 employees

🌎 Atlanta, New York City βˆ™ πŸ‘© Unknown # of employees βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

In late March, small business lending startup Kabbage furloughed a “significant number” of its 500 employees. It also shut down its Bangalore office. Hoping to use furloughs as a way of avoiding permanent layoffs, Kabbage had intended to bring back the affected employees once business conditions improved.

With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to decimate the economy, it’s unclear when that will happen. One source told Layoffs.fyi that the furloughs would last at least 2 months (through end of May). Another thought it was unlikely Kabbage would ever bring the furloughed employees back.

A Google spreadsheet called “Kabbagers for hire” has been circulating with over 100 names. See link below πŸ‘‡if you’re hiring in Atlanta or New York City.

Source: Google Sheets

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Namely

Namely laid off 110 employees, citing challenges faced by its SMB customers

🌎 New York City, Atlanta βˆ™ πŸ‘© 160 employees (40%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

UPDATE: Namely’s CEO tells Layoffs.fyi that 110 employees were laid off, not 160 as originally implied by TechCrunch.

A maker of HR and payroll software, Namely laid off 110 employees earlier this month. The company noted that its SMB customers have been downsizing as a result of the pandemic. This has led to lower revenue for Namely, which makes money in part via a per-employee monthly fee.

If you’re recruiting in NYC or Atlanta, see link below πŸ‘‡for an opt-in list of nearly 100 employees laid off across Namely’s brokerage, client operations, go to market, and product/engineering teams.

Source: Google Sheets

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TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor laid off 900 employees

🌎 Greater Boston Area, NYC, SF βˆ™ πŸ‘© 900 employees (25%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

Online travel company TripAdvisor laid off 900 employees (roughly 25%). In conjunction, the company is shutting down its San Francisco and downtown Boston offices.

TripAdvisor becomes the latest travel company to conduct layoffs post COVID-19, joining Sonder (400 employees laid off), TripActions (300 employees), TravelTriangle (250 employees), and Fareportal (200 employees). Two-thirds of all startup layoffs since the coronavirus pandemic have come from industries directly affected by shelter-in-place orders.

See below link πŸ‘‡for an opt-in list of nearly 400 recent TripAdvisor alumni.

Source: Google Sites

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