When in doubt...
just run with something sensational.
"While denying that cuts are hitting a third of the workforce, Colley declined to provide actual headcount numbers in relation to this wave of job cuts."
We're seeing a lot of big tech companies scaling back right now but trying to create fear inside another company hoping that people you want on your team will flee is not a great plan. Maybe you'll get some people who jump ship and see you as their life raft but what happens when things slow down a little at Salesforce and you have a company full of people who are used to running away when there's mention of a lay off? At that point you don't get to choose what talent stays. I'm starting to wonder when we'll see agreements between large tech companies for employee sharing similar to unions. Apple is busy so a group of workers leave the Salesforce offices to work at Apple for three months then shift back to Salesforce roles as business slows at Apple and picks up at Salesforce.