The job market is incredibly unstable right now due to internet giants like Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Meta, and Twitter laying off workers in a variety of industries. The most recent firm to announce layoffs was Spotify, which intended to cut 6% of its personnel. In the middle of all the layoffs, Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal posted a number of job openings on LinkedIn. The firm hopes to hire about 800 individuals in a variety of positions, including engineers, product managers, growth managers, and other positions.
He shared a post saying “Hello everyone – we have about 800 positions open across these 5 roles at Zomato. If you happen to know someone really good for any of these roles, please tag them on this thread.
To express interest in knowing more about any of these roles, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org – me and/or my team will be prompt in responding to you and closing the loop either way.”
Recent allegations claimed that certain Zomato delivery personnel were attempting to run a scam by having the consumer pay them, rather than the business, a fee of Rs 200 or Rs 300 for their order. The hoax was reported on LinkedIn, and Deepinder Goyal, the CEO of Zomato, was tagged with the message.
Deepinder Goyal responded to the same by stating that he was aware of the ongoing fraud and was working to close the loopholes. He commented on the post, “Aware of this, working to plug the loopholes.”