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Uber Shocks In Zoom Call….Lays Off 3500 Employees

The corona pandemic is causing so many people to lose their jobs. Many companies are giving out pink slips or slashing wages. Recently, Uber has announced a total of 3500 employees lays off in a Zoom call by video conference.

Uber uses the Popular Tele Conference software Zoom for meetings with employees. Last week, they similarly spoke to employees and said they would be fired. There has been news in the media regarding this. Even, One website got a call video.

The dismissal of the employees is a distressing, but it has been revealed in the current unpredictable situation due to Corona, according to an UberOnews website. It reminds us that in almost all countries, a large number of cities are working from home. They said they were focused on providing generous other packages and benefits.

Uber’s head Rufin Chevalou said in the video conference that business is down, nearly half. The trim volume is reduced, which is a very complex and indestructible fact. A lot of people are doing work from home, and there is no business like this.

Rufin Chevalou was upset that he knew it was too hard to hear. “No one wants to be in a conference like this,” he said. It is under such circumstances that this Uber Lays Off 3500 Employees news should be addressed as soon as possible.

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