Salesforce discloses plans to ax more than 700 Bay Area tech workers
San Francisco's downtown skyline, capped by the 61- story Salesforce Tower, catches the final warm rays of a winter sunset, Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022. - Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group/TNS

Salesforce has revealed plans to jettison well over 700 workers in the Bay Area one of the largest rounds of layoffs yet for the region’s woozy tech sector, according to a new filing with state labor officials. The layoffs that Salesforce has begun to orchestrate are slated to occur in San Francisco, the company stated in a WARN notice that it has sent to the state Employment Development Department. San Francisco-based Salesforce intends to eliminate 752 jobs, all in its headquarters city, the company told the EDD. “It is anticipated that the terminations will be permanent and will commence ef...