TikTok To Cut Irish Recruitment Staff In Latest Tech Layoffs With Over 100 Jobs At Risk

Social media giant TikTok is set to cut hiring staff at its Dublin office in the latest blow to the tech sector, which has experienced massive layoffs.

The China-based social network has confirmed that it has already started cutting its global recruiting team as more than 100 jobs are at risk. This is the latest technology company.

Several former staffers have now admitted to being laid off from the giant, with some saying it was part of a company-wide layoff.

This is most evident on the incredibly popular TikTok, where people’s intentions to “raise awareness” around murder are often doing more harm than good. Photo: SOPA Image/Getty

US layoffs have already been announced, and job cuts are expected in the coming weeks in Europe and Asia, including the Dublin office, after a consultation process with staff affected by the cuts, according to the Sunday Business Post. .

TikTok is the latest tech company to announce layoffs. Twitter, Facebook, and Google have all announced massive layoffs around the world within the last three months.

Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has announced that it will cut 12,000 jobs worldwide, cutting its workforce by 6% following a change in behavior after the pandemic. They have yet to confirm how many jobs in Ireland will be affected by the layoffs.

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Several tech companies have announced layoffs over the past few months, and Google’s parent company Alphabet announced the loss of 12,000 jobs worldwide earlier this month.Photo: Benny Marty/Shutterstock

The company employs 5,000 people in Ireland and has seen a number of job losses in the tech sector after Twitter, Stripe and Microsoft recently announced job losses.

Similarly, Amazon announced the loss of 18,000 jobs, while cloud-based software company Salesforce announced earlier this month it would furlough 10 percent of its workforce (about 8,000).

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