Meta is reportedly planning thousands of additional job cuts

Meta is reportedly planning thousands of additional layoffs this week in what would be another major downsizing for one of the Bay Area’s largest employers.

Meta declined to comment.

The company is also trying to downsize its office space and has put up for sublease a large 435,000 square foot space at 181 Fremont St. in San Francisco, along with a space in Fremont.

It is far from the only technology company to downsize. DocuSign, the RealReal, Twilio and others have announced layoffs, affecting hundreds of employees in the past month. Elon Musk’s Twitter had an extra round of layoffs last week.

Meta’s workforce grew to 86,482 people at the end of 2022, a 20% increase over the previous year. In 2019, the company had 44,942 employees.






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