Apple, Google, Amazon: Tracking the tech companies that are slowing hiring
Multinationals are braced for recession and rethinking their staffing needs across the world
With recession fears mounting — and inflation, the war in Ukraine and the lingering pandemic taking a toll — many tech companies are rethinking their staffing needs, with some of them instituting hiring freezes, rescinding offers and even starting layoffs.
Here’s a look at some of companies that are pulling back:
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is decelerating its recruiting efforts. According to an internal memo, chief executive Sundar Pichai told employees, that — although the ...