The dunzo company announced 70 employees from their company which means around 3% workforce from the overall headcount.
Google-backed delivery platform Dunzo has announced the layoff of 3 per cent of its workforce, citing restructuring. With this move, the company joins the club of Indian startups that have been reducing their workforces to reduce costs. However, the exact number of employees laid off is yet to be revealed.
“As we scale from 10 to 100, we are learning how to redefine business processes at scale. Any decision that impacts people is tough and always our last option. Last week, we had to part ways with 3% of our team strength,” said Kabeer Biswas, co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO), Dunzo.
A total of 3,000 people are employed by Dunzo, according to data that is readily available on LinkedIn, so the startup has let go of about 90 workers.