Good news, Google announced new jobs in India, does the layoff dispute seem to be over?

Google, which is showing dots to all the employees in the technology world with a series of lay offs, is now once again raising hopes by announcing recruitment plans. Applications are sought from candidates for various posts.

Is the layoff dispute over Google announced new jobs in India, is that good news MKA

First Published Feb 21, 2023, 9:45 AM IST

Google, which raised the price of the sensation by laying off employees in a row, has now surprised everyone by announcing that they will hire employees again. With this, a debate has started in the technology community whether the lay-off conflict is over. Due to the economic recession, Google is reducing its employees in all countries of the world, including the United States. Recently, it has announced that 450 employees will be laid off in India as well. But now everyone is surprised to see the recruitment announcement from Google once again.

After a series of layoffs, Google CEO Sundar Pichai has started the hiring process now. Last month, Pichai announced a six percent cut in Google’s entire workforce. About 12,000 employees will be laid off, he said. But now reports suggest that Google has ended layoffs and started hiring. Google India has also posted several employee vacancies on LinkedIn.

India Google is looking for Manager, Startup Success Team, Employee Relations Partner, Startup Success Manager, Google Cloud, Vendor Solutions Consultant, Google Cloud, Product Manager, Database Insight employees. Looking for employees to work in Google offices in Hyderabad, Bangalore and Gurugram.

But there were earlier reports that Pichai had already told his employees to focus more on work. Pichai made new demands based on findings that employees were not as productive. In addition to pointing out the production defects, Pichai was also critical of the employees. “Actually, there may be some people who are not qualified to work here in the company. He said that those who cannot agree should leave here.

Meanwhile, Google and other software companies are also starting to recruit employees again. Indian IT giant, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is putting aside the layoff plan and moving towards new recruitment, TCS Chief Human Resources Officer Milind Lakkad said. However, it said it cut 2,197 employees in the third quarter of FY23.

Last Updated Feb 21, 2023, 9:53 AM IST

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