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Layoffs at Simcoe County hospital due to funding cuts spark concern for Ontario Nurses Assoc.

Amid calls to bring more health-care workers to the province, the Ontario Nurses Association worries 13 nurses laid off at a Simcoe County hospital is just the start of a downward spiral. The Ontario Nurses Association confirmed to Global News that 13 nurses at Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston, Ont., …

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Google Canada starts layoffs as parent company cuts 12,000 workers globally

Google sent layoff notices on Monday to affected Canadian employees after its parent company Alphabet announced earlier this year it was cutting 12,000 of its global workforce. Google Canada spokesperson Lauren Skelly said notifications had been sent to staff impacted by the cuts announced last month. It wasn’t immediately clear …

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Tech layoffs: Dell to axe 6,650 jobs as it fights slowing demand – National

Dell Technologies Inc. will eliminate about 6,650 jobs, or five per cent of its global workforce, the company said on Monday, as the PC maker grapples with falling demand and braces for economic uncertainty. The company joins a raft of U.S. companies ranging from Goldman Sachs to Alphabet Inc. that have …

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Delta 9 announces layoffs, closure of Winnipeg medical clinic – Winnipeg

Delta 9 Cannabis is laying off staff at its Winnipeg-based production facilities and closing its Osborne Village medical clinic as part of cost-cutting measures announced Monday. The company said the layoffs will affect roughly 40 per cent of production staff — 40 employees — in Winnipeg. Read more: Canada on …

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Salesforce plans to cut staff by 10 per cent in latest tech layoffs – National

Salesforce Inc. said on Wednesday it would lay off about 10 per cent of its employees and close some offices, becoming the latest tech firm to undertake cost cuts amid an economic slowdown. The company expects the move to lead to about US$1.4 billion to US$2.1 billion in charges, of …

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Technology layoffs show high-flying sector not immune from slowdown

Canada’s technology sector has grown rapidly in recent years, as homegrown startups and foreign giants set about hiring hundreds of thousands of well-educated and talented workers. But that expansion has recently slowed to a crawl, as high inflation, interest rate hikes and a downturn for cryptocurrency have taken a lot …

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