- The Meta employees are part of the company’s Sourcer Development Program, intended to help workers from diverse backgrounds obtain careers in corporate technology recruiting.
- The workers were part of the 11,000 employees laid off by Meta in November, but are getting fewer weeks of severance and insurance than CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised.
- The laid-off employees say that Meta has not responded to their inquiries.
The workers said it’s unclear why they are receiving lower severance packages than their colleagues, considering they were full-time employees and not contract staff.
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