Pluralsight to cut 7 per cent of staff at European HQ in Dublin

Overall, the e-learning company is to reduce its global workforce of 2,000 employees by 20 per cent due to worsening economic conditions

Aaron Skonnard, chief executive of Pluralsight: ‘The challenging economic environment that we’re currently facing has forced us to make some difficult decisions.’ Picture: Dave Blackhurst

Up to 7 per cent of Pluralsight’s 170 employees at its European headquarters in Dublin could be affected by the e-learning company’s announcement last week that it is to cut staff numbers.

Employees across the company were told that it was restructuring and reducing the size of its team on the back of the current “challenging” environment.

The firm provides a number of services to businesses, including courses, assessments and labs that help employees upskill. ...