How to Find Recent Layoff Data for a Company

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Crunchbase’s layoffs data will help you understand if a company has a budget for buying new products. If a company has had a layoff, they are likely tightening their budgets across the company. You can identify if a company recently experienced a layoff in the following ways:

Search:  Use the “No Layoffs Reported” filter to search for companies that have not had layoffs reported in a specified time period.

Profile: Dig into the context and see news references for company layoffs reported in the “Signals & News” tab.

In this article, we'll go over how to locate layoff data from a profile. You can learn how to build a 'no layoffs reported' search here!

  1. Go to a prospect’s Crunchbase company profile by typing the name in the top search bar. Top_Search_2.png
  2. On the company profile page, click on the Signals & News tab.Screen_Shot_2021-01-29_at_3.51.15_PM.png
  3. If a company has had a layoff mentioned in the news since January 2020, it will show on the company profile page under the Signals - Layoff section. Click on the associated link to see the news in context.Screen_Shot_2021-01-29_at_4.02.21_PM.png

  4. Follow the company by hitting “Save" in the top right of the page to monitor for additions!Screen_Shot_2021-01-29_at_4.08.42_PM.png

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