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Apple starts with the first layoffs

Apple has begun its first round of layoffs today, according to insiders.

Few layoffs planned; Image: Bloomberg

According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple has already laid off first employees. However, Apple's goal is not to summon a wave of layoffs and only individual employees will be laid off. Apple is relying on other cost-saving measures, such as reduced travel expenses, less hiring of employees, delayed bonuses and postponing projects.

It is possible for affected employees to continue to be paid their regular wages for 4 months. Especially people in the Apple Stores are affected by the layoffs. However, they can also apply for other positions in the company.

Apple remains the tech giant that does not lay off employees on a large scale. Microsoft, Meta, Amazon and Google have collectively laid off over 70,000 employees since the start of this wave.


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