How Apple Has Avoided Mass Layoffs, So Far.
Jack Kelly, Founder and CEO, WeCruitr
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According to Crunchbase, more than 77,000 workers in U.S.-based tech companies have been laid off in mass job cuts so far in 2023. However, one BigTech company has managed to avoid mass layoffs so far - Apple.
We explore this with Jack Kelly, Founder and CEO of WeCruitr, and Senior Contributing Writer for Forbes, including areas such as:
-How Apple has managed to avoid mass layoffs so far.
-Whether Elon Musk kicked started the layoff snowball in tech.
-key lessons that managers and employers can learn from this .
-Will 2023 see the end of flexible or remote work.
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Produced by: Roshan Kanesan
Presented by: Roshan Kanesan, Lily Chai
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Categories: markets, economy, managing, Corporates, SME, entrepreneurs
Tags: laid off, tech companies, employers, managers, flexible work, remote work,