Recently, An American artificial intelligence research organization, OpenAI sacked CEO Sam Altman.
The company said, “Mr. Altman’s departure follows a deliberative review process by the board, which concluded that he was not consistently candid in his communications with the board, hindering its ability to exercise its responsibilities.”
However, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella appointed the former OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and Greg Brockman.
The freshers are also worried about their jobs. Recently, Wipro said that it will honour past offers before going to campuses to hire freshers.
Wipro’s Global Chief Human Resources Officer Saurabh Govil said, “We will make sure we honour every offer letter we have made. There are still some people left to be onboarded and we will be doing that as we move forward.”
“That’s our intent, and we will be adding people in the upcoming quarters”, Saurabh Govil added.
Earlier, Infosys also said the company will skip campus hiring this year as it has a ‘way to go’ on utilization and they will keep monitoring the situation every quarter.
However, according to media reports, Infosys CEO, Salil Parekh said that we will start hiring when the new projects arrive.
“The company will honor all the offers made regarding the appointment and will also make recruitments when the project comes,’ he said.
Now, the question is.. in today’s Job Market is your job safe? Or can you be sacked, and actually what matters?
The fact is that effective skills are required to be retained in a job or to find another job if you are sacked or laid off by your organization.
The companies are also announcing various free technical courses that can upgrade your skills with the job market.
Recently, Amazon has announced “AI Ready,” a new commitment designed to provide free AI skills training to 2 million people globally by 2025. Similarly, To help close the global artificial intelligence (AI) skills gap, IBM announced a commitment to train two million learners in AI by the end of 2026, with a focus on underrepresented communities.
Moreover, you need to be regular at your work and should always be prompt in your work to be updated in today’s job market.