Dell's co-chief operating officer, Jeff Clarke explained that previous cost-cutting measures were no longer enough to drive efficiency, thus the layoffs were necessary.
Following a similar move in 2020 to respond to the pandemic hit, the company will be reorganising departments and cutting jobs to make necessary expenses, said a company representative.
The move is not unique to Dell, with other companies also laying off thousands of workers to deal with a post-pandemic downturn.
While Dell faces tough market conditions, it has also struggled with demand for PCs and laptops in a market shift towards other electronic devices.
The articles cover the key events of Dell's move to cut 6,650 jobs, explaining the reason behind the decision being the decline in demand for personal computers.
The articles include quotes from one of Dell's co-chief operating officers stating that this decision comes as the previous cost-cutting measures were no longer enough and that the current market conditions continue to erode.
While the company has already rolled out cost-saving measures, including a hiring pause and limits on travel, they were insufficient.
The articles also point towards a similar situation faced by other companies, who have laid off thousands in response to the post-pandemic downturn, although they fail to agree on the underlying reasons for the move.