Alphabet Seeks To Cut 10,000 Poor-Performing Googlers; Managers asked to identify low performers

Google plans to ease out 10,000 employees through a type of stack ranking and performance improvement plan. Google managers have been asked to rank 6% of employees—representing 10,000 people—as low performers, compared to the traditional 2%.

Compared to the 20 largest United States tech companies, Alphabet paid its people 153% more than what competing firms offered their employees.


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