Employees at Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, are upset about the abrupt decision to fire 12,000 workers. They want Sundar Pichai, the CEO, to step down from his position.
An automated mail was sent to the staff informing them of the depressing news. Additionally, their accounts were disabled at three in the morning. The disappointed employees have expressed their displeasure over the action taken without their knowledge while they were asleep. Alphabet Workers Union highlights the peculiar behaviour for a business that generated a $17 billion profit in the previous quarter in a post that was shared on Twitter. They also expressed how sad they were about it. On Twitter, grieving workers have shared their suffering and expressed their desire for other opportunities.