Jellyvision lays off 65 employees, 15% of its workforce
Chicago tech company Jellyvision, which operates an employee communication platform, has laid off 65 people, the company's first workforce reduction in its 18-year history.
The company confirmed to Chicago Inno Thursday that it cut its headcount from 421 employees to 356, a 15 percent reduction in staff. The news, which was first reported by Crain's, comes shortly after the company was advertising a hiring spree. Jellyvision notified employees of the layoffs on Wednesday.