Meta is one of many tech companies that have had large layoffs in 2023, but unlike various other companies, there’s been one big difference in the social-media giant’s case: Meta has announced that the layoff is not just to cut the fat but to make the organization flatter.
Mark Zuckerberg announced, in an internal memo, plans to remove the number of layers and, in doing so, managers would see an increase in their direct reports, with a maximum of 10 direct reports.
Which raises the questions: How does this affect talent acquisition, and what can recruiters do to help flatter organizations hire smarter?
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