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Accenture lowered its annual revenue and profit forecasts and decided to cut about 2.5% of its workforce, or 19,000 jobs, the latest sign that the worsening global economic outlook was sapping corporate spending on IT services.
Cloud communications company Twilio is laying off about 17% of jobs and closing some offices as part of a restructuring effort to focus on profitability. Twilio is one of the first tech companies to announce a second major staffing reduction in the current economic downturn.
According to a filing with the SEC, eBay plans to cut 500 jobs or about 4% of its workforce. CEO Jamie Iannone said the company decided to make cuts after examining the global macroeconomic environment over the past several months.
Dutch consumer electronics and medical equipment maker Philips is cutting 6,000 jobs worldwide over the next two years. The layoffs come as the company suffered a net loss of 1.6 billion euros (USD 1.7 billion) in 2022.
Lam Research Corp., one of the three biggest providers of chip-manufacturing equipment in the US, is cutting about 7% of its workforce to reduce expenses in a declining market. The company will eliminate about 1,300 jobs worldwide,
Best Buy Co. is cutting store jobs across the country as the electronics and appliance retailer works to lower costs in response to changing customer spending habits. The company is laying off workers even as theU.S. jobs market remains strong.
IBM has joined the wave of companies conducting layoffs. It said the company would cut about 3,900 jobs, 1.5% of its global workforce. The job cuts were related to the spinoff and sale of its two businesses, Kyndryl Holdings IT infrastructure business and its healthcare analytics business, which an investment firm is acquiring.
3M Co., the makers of Post-it notes, surgical supplies, and touch-screen displays, plans to cut about 2,500 manufacturing jobs. The company cited persistent economic hurdles and profit shortfall for layoffs.
International Distributions Services, the parent firm of the British Royal Mail, plans to lay off 10,000 jobs by next August, reason being ongoing strike action and rising losses at the business. The company will begin notifying workers of its plan, which includes up to 6,000 redundancies.
The wind turbine company Siemens Gamesa, to lay off 2900 jobs, stating delivery delays and the rise in material costs as part of its turnaround plan. The company plans to focus on the offshore wind segment.
Oracle has laid off more than 200 of its workers in California months after its $28 billion Cerner acquisition.The jobs that were affected included data scientists, application developers, marketing specialists and software developers.
Opel aims to cut up to 1,000 jobs in Germany, by the end of the year through partial retirement, early retirement or severance pay. The company cites the rapid transformation of the industry, the pandemic, the geopolitical situation, fragile supply chains and massive energy and raw material price increases as the reason for lay offs.
Exercise equipment maker Peloton Interactive will stop all in-house production of its bikes and treadmills and move manufacturing to partners to simplify its operations and reduce costs. The firm will lay off around 570 jobs at its Tonic Fitness Technology unit, a Taiwan-based firm bought by Peloton in 2019.
Facebook parent Meta has canceled a contract with facility management vendor ABM Industries at its Silicon Valley headquarters. More than 350 workers will lose their jobs, according to documents filed with the state of California.
OhioHealth is eliminating 637 jobs, its biggest layoff ever, as part of a plan to drive improvements in patient care. Of the 637 jobs, 567 are in information technology, while the rest are in a revenue cycle that handles billing, coding, and accounts receivable. Most of the jobs are based in Greater Columbus.
Dubai-headquartered mobility startup SWVL is planning to lay off 32% of its workforce means that around 400 people will lose their jobs at the mobility company. The effect of an economic downturn has also affected their finances leading them to cut costs; the top of the list is letting go of employees.
Nektar Therapeutics plans to shed nearly 200,000 square feet of its office and laboratory space along with 500 jobs in Mission Bay, following clinical trial failures and the end of its cancer-fighting program with Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Tesco is set to restructure its stores which could put 1,600 jobs at risk. The supermarket has not yet revealed which jobs or stores will be impacted, but it is understood that it will remove overnight stocking in 36 large stores and 49 convenience stores.
Nestle plans to shut its confectionery factory in Newcastle with the loss of 474 jobs. The global food manufacturer is holding talks with employees at the Fawdon plant but the focus was now on closing it in 2023.
Royal Mail is set to lay off around 700 management jobs as part of cost-cutting plans. This will reduce costs by around 40 million a year. The management will start negotiations with unions over the proposed job losses.
Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. will cut around 500 to 750 jobs in Germany as the company suffers from cost pressure and the consequences of the corona pandemic. It expects to reduce the annual costs by 500 million euros by 2025.
The French multinational investment bank and financial services company are to cut as many as 3,700 jobs as part of a plan announced last year to merge its domestic retail operations and boost profitability. The measures are part of a plan announced by Chief Executive Officer Frederic Oudea last December when the bank pledged to save 450 million euros by merging its two existing networks in France, Societe Generale and Credit du Nord.
The automotive manufacturing company is cutting 1800 jobs at its Windsor auto assembly plant. Formerly known as Fiat Chrysler the company has cited microchip shortage that has impacted not just the auto industry, but other industries as well, for the job cuts. The company said it would transition the Windsor Assembly Plant from two shifts to one.
Mednax will remove 671 jobs from payroll at its headquarters, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification filed with the state. The physician group owner will permanently separate these employees as it outsources its revenue cycle management operations to an outside vendor.
John Lewis Partnership, the British department stores that has been hugely impacted by the pandemic, plans to axe 1,000 management jobs. The group has already permanently closed 16 stores during the pandemic with the loss of around 2,800 jobs.
Viatris, formerly known as Mylan Pharmaceuticals, is closing its manufacturing facility in Morgantown, West Virginia, eliminating more than 1,400 jobs. The majority of employees will be laid off on July 31, the day the manufacturing plant is scheduled to stop operations.
General Mills, manufacturer, and marketer of branded consumer foods is to lay off 700 to 800 US and Canada jobs, and 500 to 600 international jobs. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchanges Commission, General Mills said it expects to incur about $160 million in restructuring costs.
Commerzbank is to cut 1700 jobs in Germany in a voluntary redundancy programme to be completed by the end of the year. The cuts mark the start of a three-year cost reduction programme announced in January that will lead to the loss of 10,000 jobs and the closure of 340 branches by 2024.
Automobile company Volkswagen plans to cut up to 4,000 jobs at its plants in Germany. They will be offering early or partial retirement to older employees. The exercise is a part of cost-cutting to finance its transition to electric vehicles and other new technologies. According to the auto giant, it is making savings to invest in new technologies, as EU regulators crack down on emissions. 59ce067264