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Clubhouse needs to fix things, and today it cut more than half of staff


Clubhouse, a once skyrocketing social audio app built by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth, has laid off more than half of its staff. The startup’s co-founders made the decision in response to customer habits changing in a post-COVID world and remote work complexities, according to a blog post.
Those who were impacted will receive severance and continued healthcare coverage for the next few months. A spokesperson for Clubhouse declined to comment on the number of people impacted by today’s workforce reduction or the number of employees who remain at the company. Last October, Davison told TechCrunch that Clubhouse had close to 100 employees.
Layoffs come less than a year since the company last laid off a portion of staff as part of another restructuring. The company then told TechCrunch that “a few individuals have decided to pursue new opportunities and a handful of roles were eliminate …

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