Google layoffs: "There will be blood on the streets," Company says

Recently, Google CEO Sundar Pichai claimed that there are too many people and not enough work. 

In addition, he recommended workers to work more effectively and to focus on ways to enhance their goods and better serve clients. 

According to a report by Business Insider, Google is now issuing layoff warnings.

Some of Google's highest-ranking executives have urged staff to produce results or face "blood on the streets." 

The supervisors suggested that if staff fail to improve their performance, they should be prepared for termination. 

These executives also said that the next quarterly profits report will determine whether or not layoffs will occur.

Google Cloud sales leadership has threatened Google employees with an overall evaluation of sales productivity and productivity in general and warned them not to look up because "blood will be on the streets" if next quarter's results are not positive.

Google's situation has been deteriorating for quite some time. Due to the current economic recession, the tech behemoth declared a hiring halt one month ago. 

As a possible cost-cutting strategy, Microsoft recently lay off approximately 2,000 employees.