Google executives have said that they will lay off workers and that "there will be blood on the streets":

KEY POINTS FOR ZINGER. Sundar Pichai talked about how he plans to slow down hiring and investment through the year 2023.

The top people in Google's cloud sales department are telling their workers to get their act together.

A new report from Business Insider says that the company doesn't seem to be lifting the hiring freeze, which is making employees nervous.

Business Insider says that senior executives in Google's cloud sales department are telling their employees to get in shape or they might be fired if results don't meet expectations.

The leadership team told them that "sales productivity and productivity in general will be looked at as a whole."

According to the report, the warning says that "blood will be on the streets" if third-quarter results don't improve.

A report from CNBC says that Google has started a project called "Simplicity Sprint" to help employees work more efficiently and keep their minds on the task at hand in the face of macro-uncertainties.

Last month, during an all-hands meeting, CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google's productivity wasn't even close to where it should be,

despite having a lot of people working there. This is because the macro environment is hard, and there will be more uncertainty in the future.

He told his employees that he wanted to hear their ideas on how to get "better results faster."

Pichai recently told employees about his plans to slow down hiring and investment through 2023. He asked them to work

"with more urgency" and "hunger" than they did "on sunnier days."   Not just Google is feeling the effects of the slowing economy. The company, Meta Platform Inc.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, told employees that the company plans to cut the number of engineers it wants to hire from 10,000 to between 6,000 and 7,000 because the market is down.

Zuckerberg said, "Realistically, there are probably a lot of people at the company who shouldn't be here."

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