Dutchie, a Bend, Ore.-based software startup that serves cannabis retailers, has laid off 7% of its workforce.
GeekWire confirmed the cuts with a Dutchie spokesperson. The company employs more than 700 people.
According to LinkedIn posts written by laid-off employees, the cuts affected roles across product and recruiting teams. “I am saddened, frustrated, and genuinely blindsided by this decision,” one laid-off employee wrote. “Beyond my frustration, confusion, and disappointment, I’m heartbroken,” another said.
Dutchie is the latest tech company to lay off workers in response to the broader ongoing economic uncertainty. Several cannabis software companies have slashed staff in recent weeks, including Eaze and Akerna.
To read the complete article, go to www.geekwire.com