Facebook workers reached the end of frustration. Employees are frustrated with data leakage after one. Already more than one top employee left Facebook. This information has recently been published in a report.
A report published in the Wall Street Journal states that 52 percent of employees were optimistic for the company's future last year. This year the number dropped to 32 percent at a time.
The report further says, "Facebook is a very difficult one for employees in 2018. Over the past year, many important events have weakened mentally the employees of the company.
Since the question of the company's credibility, the price of Facebook shares has been made. The company has failed to attract new customers recently. For these reasons, the workers' mentality is affected.
Meanwhile, Instagram has left founder Kevin Sterrom. Prior to that, Facebook released two founder of WhatsApp, Brian Aktan and Ian Koum. Instagram and WhatsApp company owned by Facebook.
Facebook has earned a total of $ 5.1 billion in the quarter ending September 30. Despite the high income, the workers feel frustrated.
(DhakaTimes / November 16 / AZ)