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How laid-off Peloton employees are finding new opportunities with live spreadsheets

Recruiters, want to snap up Peloton talent? Just check out this Google Sheet.

How laid-off Peloton employees are finding new opportunities with live spreadsheets
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Earlier this week, struggling connected fitness machine maker Peloton announced it was taking significant steps to turn its business around. Once a pandemic darling, the company has seen slowing sales as much of the world exits lockdowns, with more people now comfortable going out into the world to get their exercise.

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On Tuesday, Peloton announced that CEO John Foley was stepping down and that the company would also lay off 2,800 employees in cost-cutting measures. Many of those employees have now turned to Google Sheets for their job hunt.

In addition to the 2,800 Peloton workers laid off this week, the company announced another cost-cutting measure: It is abandoning plans to open a $400 million factory in Ohio, which would have employed 2,000 people.

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