YouTube is going to lay off employees, around 100 people may be out of the company

Employees at Google's well-known streaming service YouTube will be let go. Employees from the operations and creator management teams will no longer work for the organisation. In a recent report, news agency IANS stated that layoffs at Google's renowned streaming site YouTube could result in the termination of at least 100 employees.

Jan 18, 2024 - 15:46
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YouTube is going to lay off employees, around 100 people may be out of the company
YouTube is going to lay off employees, around 100 people may be out of the company

Employees at Google's well-known streaming service YouTube will be let go. Employees from the operations and creator management teams will no longer work for the organisation.

According to the latest report by news agency IANS, Google's popular streaming platform YouTube may expel at least 100 employees from the company in the layoff process.

According to the report of TubeFilter, YouTube Chief Business Officer Mary Ellen Coe has announced this layoff internally.

It has been written in this report that YouTube will work on bringing its content creator management team to every country under central leadership. YouTube's music and support teams are also being reorganized.

YouTube Chief Business Officer Mary Ellen Coe stated in an internal staff memo that the change is intended to streamline the company's operations. Mary Ellen Coe hasn't said how many workers would be let go as a result of this procedure, though.

According to Mary Ellen Coe, we've watched our creator base diversify and increase in size over the past few years. From the most seasoned artists to the younger generation, many on YouTube are just starting.

He added that by enhancing them, broad AI tools will be provided. Introducing new creators to the platform is another priority for the organisation.

The dismissed workers will have the opportunity to apply on YouTube for other jobs. However, it is not clear whether there is a guarantee of recruitment of employees to new posts in the company or not.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer