Meanwhile their stock has been soaring over the past 6 months.More layoffs coming for Meta. Must be hell working there.
After laying off nearly 10,600 people in recent months, the CEO said "this has been a particularly thrashy period" in a leaked Q&A.www.vox.com
This is a theory I came up with a while ago.It's a race to the bottom. My company is trying to push people out without explicit layoffs, but they'll follow suit before too long. I think these companies are going to overcorrect and put themselves back into a candidates market though.
I get these layoff but AI still isn't exactly one click and figure shyt out.
And the problem emerges when a stakeholder such as a doctor ends up spending more time trouble shooting, rather than focusing on their specialty.
A stakeholder spending an after debugging code, ain't really productive and it'll get tiring, but we'll let them find out.