Around 12,000 jobs were cut on Sept. 13, making up around 6% of the total workforce.
According to CNBC, Google-owner Alphabet confirmed a 7% increase in the second quarter's revenue after their first cost-cutting attempt.
Heeding previous criticism, laid-off employees will have continued office access this week and an extended access to online systems.
Google spokesperson Courtnay Mencini assures they'll "continue to invest in top engineering and technical talent" at a slow overall pace.
On September 6, Streaming device brand Roku also cut 360 jobs, which makes up about 10% of the company's workforce.
This marks Roku's third round of layoffs in the past year, with previous reductions including a 6% workforce cut in March.
Telecom company T-Mobile also laid off as many as 5,000 employees in August to cut costs.