Employees at Meta are expected to hear today whether or not they'll be affected by a new round of global job losses.
The company announced yesterday that 10,000 roles are to be cut from its global workforce.
The social media company employs 2,600 at its European headquarters in Dublin. It remains unclear how many will be cut.
Meta - which owns Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram - is currently undertaking a reorganisation that the company has dubbed its "Year of Efficiency."
In a post online, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he made the "difficult decision to further reduce the size of our recruiting team."
The latest round will reportedly impact the company’s recruitment teams initially.
Last November, Meta announced 11-thousand global layoffs, with 300 jobs cut from the company's Irish operation.
The Tánaiste Micheál Martin said it was a blow to any worker to lose a job.
But speaking in New York he said that there were many job vacancies in the tech sector.