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This Indian CEO is offering jobs to anyone who was fired by Twitter, Meta and more

Dream11 CEO and founder Harsh Jain has called on Indians who have lost jobs in the Silicon Valley to return to India and join his company.

Highlights

  • Meta recently announced that it is firing 11,000 employees.
  • Twitter has laid off around 3,700 employees.
  • Now, Dream11 CEO is offering jobs to Indians who have lost jobs in the Silicon Valley.
Dream 11 CEO Harsh Jain

Image: Harsh Jain / Twitter



Silicon Valley is undergoing major job cuts at the moment. Twitter recently laid off around 3,700 employees from its teams across the globe. Shortly after, Mark Zuckerberg-led Meta announced that it would be letting go off around 11,000 employees from all its teams globally. But Meta and Twitter are not the only tech companies in the Silicon Valley that have announced job cuts recently. Also Read - Twitter Blue service rolled out for some users in India at Rs 719 per month

Netflix laid off around 450 employees earlier this year, while Coinbase has let go off around 1,100 employees and Robinhood has let go off around 31 percent of its workforce. The internet is flooding with stories of the former employees sharing their stories of how and under what circumstances they were asked to leave their dream jobs. Also Read - Twitter's global market share grows by 55 percent as Elon Musk takes over

Now, at a distressing time like this, an Indian CEO has called on Indian employees who were let go off their jobs in the US and Canada to return to India and join his company. Also Read - Musk ends work from home at Twitter, tells employees 'difficult times ahead'

In a series of posts on Twitter, Dream11 founder and CEO Harsh Jain has promised to give space to Indians, especially, those with visa issues in his company. “With all the 2022 Tech layoffs (52,000+!) in the US, please spread the word to remind Indians to come back home (specially those with visa issues) to help Indian Tech realise our hyper-growth potential in the next decade,” he wrote in a post.

In another tweet, he is asking people who have lost their jobs or people who know someone who has lost their job to drop an email to the company for potential job opportunities. “If you or someone you know fits the above, feel free to reach out to us on indiareturns@dreamsports.group,” he added.

For the unversed, Dream11 is a fantasy sports platform wherein users can play various games such as cricket, football, basketball, hockey, volleyball, and baseball among others. In the game, players create a virtual team of real-life players and they earn points based on the performance of these players in real matches.

  • Published Date: November 11, 2022 3:39 PM IST
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