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Employees on Facebook are frustrated


Facebook workers have come to the end of frustration. Employees are frustrated about leaking data after one. More than one employee left Facebook. This information was recently published in the report.

A report published in the Vall Street Journal says 52 percent of employees are optimistic about the future of the company last year. This year, the number fell to 32 percent in one strike.

The report goes on to say: "Facebook is a very difficult year for employees in 2018. In the past year, many important events have weakened the employees of the company mentally.

As the issue of credibility of the company is concerned, the price of Facebook shares has owed. The company has failed to attract new customers lately. For these reasons, the influence of workers' mentality.

In the meantime, Instagram left his founder, Kevin Sterrom. Before that, Facebook published two founders of VhatsAppa, Brian Actan and Ian Koum. Instagram and VhatsApp are owned by Facebook.

Facebook earned a total of $ 5.1 billion in the fourth quarter ending September 30. Despite huge profits, workers feel frustrated.

(DhakaTimes / November 16 / AZ)

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