Concern for Irish jobs as Workday and Hubspot become latest tech firms to cut staff
The two companies employ almost 3,000 people in Ireland
Tech firms Workday and Hubspot, which employ almost 3,000 people in Ireland between them, have announced job cuts today.
Workday, the business software company which employs around 2,000 people in Ireland, said it is cutting 3 per cent of its staff globally due to the “challenging” global economic environment.
Hubspot, which employs around 1,000 in Ireland, said it was cutting 7 per cent of staff “to reduce operating costs and enable investment in key opportunities ...