IT giant Microsoft will slow down the recruitment rate for the Office and Windows operations, as a result of the tougher economy.
Rajesh Jha, Head of Office and Parts of Windows, shared the message with staff, according to CNBC News.
Jha should have urged the staff to be more careful when it comes to opening up new roles and to first request permission from the management team.
This comes a month before Microsoft begins a new fiscal year.
With the shaky worldview that prevails with rushing inflation and geopolitical uncertainty, several tech companies in the past, including Facebook’s parent company Meta and chip manufacturer Nvidia, have stated that they will slow down the recruitment rate.