Meta confirms it’s rescinded some full-time job offers


reported that TechCrunch, Meta has confirmed reports that it has canceled full-time job openings that have been expanded to some candidates. Meta did not comment on how many people or departments were affected by the action, but TechCrunch “This decision was not taken lightly, but will be given careful consideration through 2023 as we recalibrate our hiring to align with our top priorities,” a company spokesperson said. increase.

Tweet from writer and software engineer Gergely Orosz claims this action from Meta initially affected at least 20 people who had offers starting in February. The tweet also points out that Meta recruiters issued a statement last October that they would not cancel full-time job openings.

Unfortunately, that policy appears to have changed, and it’s the first time Meta has withdrawn a signed job offer for a full-time employee.

Meta isn’t the only one having problems. Elsewhere in tech, giants like Amazon, Netflix, Salesforce, and even esports brand 100 Thieves have laid off significant percentages of their workforce.




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