THE buser announced that it dismissed 30% of its employees on Thursday (8) in a reorganization movement and in favor of solid and secure growth, according to the company.
The startup of road tourism did not say the number of professionals reached with the lay-off (mass dismissal). However, as in the case of XP, former employees resorted to LinkedIn to talk about your shutdowns.
A former employee who held the position of tech manager (technology manager) pulled up an unofficial list of professionals who left, sharing the positions and contacts of each person impacted by the cuts. So far, the excel sheet has a hundred names.
In a note to the press, Buser does not attribute the dismissals only to the bad moment for the startups in technologybut also blames the delay in regulatory advances that, according to the company, would be slowing down its business model.
“The jurisprudence under construction in the courts, as in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais, is favorable to the Buser model, but the regulatory bodies fail to comply with court decisions and practice selective blitzes on the startup’s trips, generating additional costs to harm the charter collaborative and benefit the major transport companies – which have been losing market to new entrants”.
Marcelo Abritta, founder and CEO of Buser points out that the company is suffering “persecution” from regulatory bodies and says he hopes that regulation will make progress in the next government, of the president-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva 🇧🇷PT), “so that we can once again generate jobs with high added value”.
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