Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg faced thousands of anxious employees at an all-staff town hall meeting this morning, just two days after the company announced it would cut 10,000 jobs.
according to Washington PostUpon receiving a transcript of the event, Zuckerberg attempted to answer questions and explain meta’s restructuring and restructuring plans.
One employee asked why we could trust Meta just four months after last November’s disaster, when it laid off about 11,000 employees, or 13% of its workforce. At the time, Zuckerberg assured employees that there would be no further layoffs “in the foreseeable future.”
“The way I evaluate whether you trust me and want to work for this company is whether we are successful in making progress toward our overall goals.” About the results we can deliver. ”
Zuckerberg explained that the company is responding to economic pressures that may continue for some time. “But I think it’s a fair question,” he said.
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Anxiety about remote work and corporate culture
Zuckerberg was then asked about the future of remote work at the company.
He didn’t rule out the possibility of a return-to-office order, but said it could remain an “ongoing conversation.” must return to the office full-time or part-time.
Another employee asked how to stay productive when threats of layoffs circle the campus halls. According to WaPo.
Zuckerberg acknowledged that this is a time of uncertainty, but added, “While we understand this, work cannot be put on hold.”