PepsiCo prepares for mass layoffs at US headquarters amid crisis 06/12/2022, 20:46

PepsiCo, the largest beverage and snack maker, is preparing for massive layoffs at its US headquarters due to the macroeconomic crisis. About Wrote Wall Street Journal, with citation.

According to broadcast sources, company management will lay off hundreds of jobs from the beverage division’s headquarters in Buy, New York, as well as its snacks and packaged foods division in Chicago and Chicago. Plano, state, Texas.

PepsiCo management sent letters to employees saying cuts were being made to simplify the organization’s more efficient operation. According to the WSJ, as of December 25, 2021, PepsiCo employs approximately 309,000 people worldwide, including approximately 129,000 in the United States.

In the second half of November, Business Insider reportedTwitter temporarily closed offices amid mass layoffs.

At the end of November, the Economic Times WroteThat the American company Google is considering laying off 10,000 of its inefficient employees.



Source: Gazeta

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