A few days ago we told you that Unity, the company behind the well-known video game graphics engine, announced that it will let 600 of its employees leave, as part of a plan to reduce its offices around the world, from 58 to 30. Wave of layoffs that It adds to the previous ones within the company, who had already terminated 300 workers at the beginning of this 2023 and 200 during June 2022.
Mass layoffs that have affected different talents within the company, who will have to look for other job horizons, surely within the same technology industry, becoming part of other companies. Something that Miranda Due is experiencing, who worked as Unity’s senior manager of partner relations and who had made public certain “encounters” within the company.
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as told on his Twitter account: “An exec from Unity just shared that they rent a second apartment in San Francisco to make it easier to be in the office. Maybe we should all do this to make it easier RTO? This company is at a loss Completely out of touch.”
Words that apparently would have placed her on the list of employees who have been fired from Unity, after her claim that her main argument was that the rent for one of those apartments that she mentions would cost, on average, about three quarters of her salary, which would have made several company workers unhappy, including Miranda. Words that apparently would have led her to be part of the hundreds of dismissed employees, since her claim is precisely related to what Unity itself indicated as the main reason for the dismissal of employees.
But on the other hand and to finish, the former employee has taken her separation from Unity with some humor, saying on Twitter: “Well, I’ve got some time to learn Unreal now,” hinting at the industry’s other popular graphics engine, where he may end up working using the experience gained from his previous job.
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