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Amazon, also in Italy no decision on “staff adjustments”.

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“Given the current macroeconomic environment and given the rapid growth in hires we’ve experienced over the past few years, some teams are in need of a reorganization. In some cases this means that certain roles are unfortunately no longer needed. We’re not taking these make decisions lightly and we work to support all employees involved,” the company said

There are no Amazon layoffs in our country. The company even clarifies that “no decision has been made” and underlines that there are no details regarding Italy and that its position on the matter has not changed. “Given the current macroeconomic environment, and given the rapid recruitment growth we’ve experienced over the past few years, some teams are in need of a reorganization. In some cases this means that certain roles are unfortunately no longer needed. We do not take these decisions lightly and are working to support all affected employees,” the company said.

The situation in Italy

The group invested more than 10 million in security by 2021 and involved 20,000 small and medium-sized enterprises, with total exports growing to 800 million per year. “We have no details regarding Italy,” sources at Amazon say, “as part of the annual review process of our operational plan, we always review all of our operations and what changes we deem necessary to implement.”

Source: TG 24 Sky

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