Meta's efficiency drive may see another 4,000 employees getting fired
Social media giant Meta is set to begin a new round of layoffs today. The job cuts are part of Mark Zuckerberg's quest to make 2023 the "year of efficiency," one that involves a broader restructuring of the organization. According to Vox, the firm could fire around 4,000 employees. In its first round of layoffs in November 2022, the company axed 11,000 employees.