Justin Moore said on LinkedIn that he was fired for auto-deactivating his account
Moore was also affected by the company’s mass layoffs last week.
An engineer who worked at Google for about 16.5 years said in a LinkedIn post that the tech giant’s employees think he’s 100% available.
According to Moore, he was fired by the automatic deactivation of his account at three o’clock.
Furthermore, he also said he had not received any further information or other details regarding his dismissal.
“It also means that work is not your life and that a large, faceless worker like Google sees you as 100% available to him.” “Live life, not work,” he added.
Moore also said his experience at Google has been “generally great” and he takes pride in his global work.
Moore started his career as a Senior Software Engineer in 2006 and was promoted to the position of Software Engineering Manager in 2019.
Sundar Pichai, his CEO of Google’s parent company Alphabet, said in an email to employees that Google will lay off about 12,000 employees.
While it was shocking news for some employees, those who were disconnected were stunned. Those 12,000 employees included nearly every organization, from Google Cloud and Chrome to Android.
He also said he took full responsibility for the decisions that brought us here. “
Pichai takes full responsibility for the tough decisions
Pichai said the layoffs were made following his Google’s “rigorous review” across various features and product areas. The letter read, “I deeply apologize. The fact that these changes affect the lives of Googlers weighs heavily on me. I take full responsibility for the decisions that have brought Google here. .
He added, “People were divided into alphabets, product areas, functions, layers, and regions.”
However, the layoffs have seriously affected the company’s employees. People with good performance reviews and people in managerial positions were also fired.
According to the company, he made between $500,000 and $1 million a year for those who lost their jobs.