Meta has begun its latest round of layoffs, with a concentration on technical personnel.

As part of Meta's most recent round of layoffs, announced in March, the business began cutting off employees in technical roles on Wednesday.

Employees with technical skills such as user experience, software engineering, graphics programming, and other professions

revealed on LinkedIn on Wednesday morning that they had been let go by the company. A Meta representative confirmed to CNBC that the layoffs had begun.

According to one affected employee, the layoffs on Wednesday also affected product-facing teams, and Meta plans to reduce

business-facing functions such as finance, legal, and HR beginning in May.

According to the employee, who revealed the layoffs on the condition of anonymity in order to talk openly, 

Meta suggested that IT teams that were not affected by Wednesday's cuts may be included in layoffs next month.

According to LinkedIn posts, the layoffs also affected a number of professionals who worked as gaming programmers.