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# tech layoffs

Last month
June 2024
PayPal to cut a further 85 jobs in Ireland
This year
TikTok to cut over 250 jobs today, with some staff criticising ‘insensitive’ handling of layoffs
TikTok says the move is part of a ‘restructuring’ of the company.
Irish staff at risk as TikTok is to cut hundreds of jobs globally
Last year
Music streaming service Spotify will cut staff by 'approximately 17%'
Meta expects around 500 jobs losses in Ireland as part of latest round of cuts
Microsoft-owned LinkedIn to cut over 700 jobs and close China app
Amazon to lay off 9,000 workers worldwide in addition to cuts announced in January
Mark Zuckerberg confirms a further 10,000 jobs are to be cut globally at Meta
Microsoft to cut additional 60 jobs from Irish workforce
PayPal to close Dundalk office and cut 62 jobs from Irish workforce
US tech giant Dell to cut 5% of its global workforce, around 6,650 employees
Microsoft says it will axe 10,000 employees over poor economy
All time
Government to consult tech giants over Irish job losses, Taoiseach says