European startups have, so far, avoided the mass layoffs seen in the US as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
But they have made heavy use of the various job retention schemes offered by their governments: in France alone 61% of startups say they have used or are planning to use the state's ‘chômage partiel’ scheme.
At Sifted, we've started a project to track the European startups we know have staff on furlough (or are making staff redundant).
The hope is that it'll be a useful resource for the community, but particularly for hiring managers and founders looking to find new talent. Maybe we can even help some workers find new homes.
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Startups that have furloughed staff
Startups that have made (Covid-19-related) layoffs