MENLO PARK — Nearly 200 more tech-related layoffs have occurred, as revealed in new official filings by the digital healthcare services company and the company that provides recruitment and work scheduling services to Google.
Mindstrong Health is laying off staff in Menlo Park. Separately, Adecco, which has provided temporary support and permanent employment services to Google, is laying off staff at Mountain View.
Together, Mindstrong Health and Adecco are cutting 192 jobs, according to separate WARN notices sent to state employment development agencies.
Mindstrong will cut 128 jobs and permanently close its office at 101 Jefferson Street in Menlo Park, the WARM notice shows.
The company said the cuts will begin on March 24th and will continue until April 15th.
Mindstrong has created a mental health digital platform that uses technology to serve clients virtually. The privately held company has raised $160 million in funding.
“Dismissal of the company’s employees resulting from this action is expected to be permanent,” Mindstrong Health said in a WARN notice.
Adecco told EDD it plans to cut 64 jobs in Mountain View.
“The layoffs are the result of changes in how Google manages its hiring and onsite scheduling workflows,” Adecco hiring counselor Terry Williams said in a WARN letter.
The job cuts are expected to take effect this Friday, according to the WARN notice. The Adecco employee involved was based in Building 40, 1600 Amphitheater Park in Mountain View. The location is just a short distance from the Googleplex headquarters campus.
“Adecco was notified by Google on January 20, 2023 that the allocation of 64 associates will end on February 2, 2023,” Adecco said in a letter to EDD.
The company said it expects permanent job cuts when it comes to providing services to Google, but employees will be able to get their jobs back through other customers who need these services.
“When Google notified Adecco that the assignments were coming to an end, Adecco failed to provide the 60 days’ notice it was supposed to provide regarding these separations,” Adecco wrote in the WARN notice. “Given the rapid development of this situation, we are providing these written notices as soon as possible.”