Google layoffs in SF impact dozens

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SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Dozens of Google employees in San Francisco are set to lose their jobs next month, according to filings on the California Employment Development Department website. The filings, which were processed earlier this week, indicate 57 workers will be laid off.

The job cuts impact employees at several SF Google locations. Workers at Google offices on Spear Street, Fremont Street and the Ferry Building will be impacted, according to the EDD.

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The latest Google layoffs come the same week the search engine giant announced it would be closing one of its offices at the prominent One Market Plaza near SF’s waterfront when the lease ends in 2025. Currently, only one worker at the One Market address is set to be impacted, the filing indicates.

The layoffs are set to take effect on June 9.

The latest Google layoffs are the latest in a rolling series of tech layoffs dating back to early 2023. California has seen its job losses lead the nation, according to a recent report from the Federal Reserve of Economic Data. Job cuts in the tech sector have been a leading driver in California’s job losses this year.

Last month, Google laid off a number of employees in companywide job cuts as part of a broader effort to cut costs.

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