Reviews: Google wants to hire less employees in 2023 in an internal email, Google CEO Sundar Pichai explains that the company will concentrate on the upper ways to fill important positions up to and including 2023, and that the overall setting pace is slowed down

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PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images © provided by Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images • New settings on Google should be braked up to and including 2023 • Google should be made more efficient

• share of the Google mother alphabet in the previous year under pressure

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In an internal email to the employees of the search engine company Google, CEO Sundar Pichai explained that the company would slow down the pace of attitudes and investments by 2023. Most recently, according to Pichai, the


subsidiary hired around 10,000 new "Googler" in the second quarter of 2022 and gave further a commitment for starting dates in the third quarter. The rest of the year - and in 2023 - the company will concentrate on engineers, technicians and other important positions in new attitudes. "The uncertain global economic outlets were in the foreground. Like all companies, we are not immune to economic headwinds. […] Due to the recruiting steps previously achieved this year in the mail that is available to the Google Watchblog.

This is how Google wants to make it through the crisis "In the future we have to be more entrepreneurial to work with greater urgency, sharper focus and more hunger than we showed on sunnier days. In some cases, this means consolidating overlapping of investments and Rationalizing processes. In other cases, this means to interrupt the development and use resources in areas with a higher priority. It is up to all of us to make the company more efficient, "said Pichai in his email about the further project of the company. The CEO said that it was already clear at Google's early days that scarcity gained clarity. This would focus on focus and creativity, which in turn leads to better products. Alphabet share and the rest of the tech industry have to struggle

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The US Tech giant Alphabet, which belongs to Google, has been struggling with stagnant developments for several months as well as other companies in the tech industry. The Google mother company's share at Nasdaq has already fallen by more than 20 percent this year (as of September 21, 2022). Alphabet also missed the analyst estimates for the first quarter, whereupon CFO Ruth Porat warned, according to CNBC, that another difficult phase could be imminent. The balance of the first quarter of 2022 also showed that sales growth slowed down compared to last year. Alphabet sales rose by 34 percent compared to the previous year in the first quarter of 2021, in the first quarter of 2022 there was only an increase of 23 percent. E. Schmal / Redaktion

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