A Go-Jek motorcycle driver checks his smartphone, while preparing for another delivery in Jakarta, Indonesia. Gojek managers pledged to funnel 25 per cent of their salaries over the next year into a fund designed to support drivers, merchants and partners, following the company’s decision to cut 430 jobs. Photo: Bloomberg A Go-Jek motorcycle driver checks his smartphone, while preparing for another delivery in Jakarta, Indonesia. Gojek managers pledged to funnel 25 per cent of their salaries over the next year into a fund designed to support drivers, merchants and partners, following the company’s decision to cut 430 jobs. Photo: Bloomberg
A Go-Jek motorcycle driver checks his smartphone, while preparing for another delivery in Jakarta, Indonesia. Gojek managers pledged to funnel 25 per cent of their salaries over the next year into a fund designed to support drivers, merchants and partners, following the company’s decision to cut 430 jobs. Photo: Bloomberg

Gojek joins global tech lay-offs in slashing 9 per cent of staff

  • Indonesia’s largest start-up will cut 430 jobs, as it grapples with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic
  • The move underscores Gojek’s effort to streamline its core businesses to focus on digital payments

Topic |   Start-ups
A Go-Jek motorcycle driver checks his smartphone, while preparing for another delivery in Jakarta, Indonesia. Gojek managers pledged to funnel 25 per cent of their salaries over the next year into a fund designed to support drivers, merchants and partners, following the company’s decision to cut 430 jobs. Photo: Bloomberg A Go-Jek motorcycle driver checks his smartphone, while preparing for another delivery in Jakarta, Indonesia. Gojek managers pledged to funnel 25 per cent of their salaries over the next year into a fund designed to support drivers, merchants and partners, following the company’s decision to cut 430 jobs. Photo: Bloomberg
A Go-Jek motorcycle driver checks his smartphone, while preparing for another delivery in Jakarta, Indonesia. Gojek managers pledged to funnel 25 per cent of their salaries over the next year into a fund designed to support drivers, merchants and partners, following the company’s decision to cut 430 jobs. Photo: Bloomberg
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