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20% of employees fired from WeWork India during Coronavirus pandemic

WeWork’s India establishment said on Tuesday it laid off 100 representatives, or 20 percent of its employees, as the workplace sharing startup joins a huge number of firms that are reducing expenses and redoing tasks as a drawn out across the nation lockdown to check the coronavirus has kept individuals inside.

Various Indian new companies, including café aggregator Zomato and food conveyance administration Swiggy, have chopped down their representatives, as they reshape their business because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has constrained 1.3 billion Indians inside and disabled business.

“We have enhanced and arranged our group quality dependent on the center business, as we keep on executing our drawn out business methodology in India and plan to be gainful by mid 2021,” said Karan Virwani, CEO at WeWork India, set up by land firm Embassy Group more than 2 years prior.

In October a year ago, WeWork India’s central investor Jitu Virwani had said the organization would be beneficial by end of 2020.

SoftBank Group has poured in more than $13.5 billion (generally Rs. 1.02 lakh crores) into New York-based WeWork.

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