Asana to lay off 9% of its workforce to improve operating costs

Joining other technology companies that are laying off workers to battle global economic headwinds, work management software provider Asana on Tuesday said it was laying off 9% of its total workforce in order to cut operating expenses.

The company’s chief operating officer (COO), Anne Raimondi, took to LinkedIn on Tuesday to announce that the company was reducing the size of its global workforce, estimated to be over 1,600 employees.

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