Up to 600 workers in Indeed's Dublin office are at risk of losing their jobs.
The online recruitment company warned staff on Wednesday that lay offs are coming, the Business Post has reported.
Last week, the company announced its plans to cut 15% of its global workforce.
It comes following major layoffs in several large tech companies with offices in Ireland.
Staff at Indeed, which employs around 1,500 people in Ireland, do not yet know which jobs will be cut.
CEO Chris Hyams said in a company-wide email that he did not want to cause "increased anxiety" with a premature announcement, but that the cuts will affect "nearly every team, function, level and region at Indeed and Indeed Flex".
As part of cost-cutting measures, Meta, the owner of Facebook and Instagram, laid off 350 of its workforce in Ireland, and more job losses are expect.
It has indicated that the company's recruitment team will be impacted.
In November, it was announced that Twitter's new CEO Elon Musk would lay off 140 of its 500 workers in Ireland.
Last month, Google announced 240 job losses in its Irish workforce as part of global measures to cut 6% of its staff.
It is understood that many tech companies overspent during the pandemic and now workers are facing the consequences.
Main image shows the offices of Indeed, J.P Morgan and State Street. Picture by: Sam Boal/RollingNews