Noom confirmed it had conducted another workforce reduction, marking the third round of layoffs at the digital weight loss company in less than a year.
The company didn’t specify how many employees were affected by the latest job cuts. In April, Insider reported that Noom was laying off about a quarter of its coaches. It conducted another round of cuts in the fall, with TechCrunch reporting it was laying off around 500 workers, or about 10% of its staff.
“As a result of the tough economic headwinds that are impacting businesses across industries, we have made the difficult decision to reduce the number of Noom employees,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “While this was a painful choice, we are confident in our strategy and in our ability to continue to serve Noomers as they work to better their lives through behavior change.”