UTA Undergoes Layoffs In Multiple Departments


EXCLUSIVE: United Talent Agency is trimming its personnel with cuts in several departments. According to sources, mostly admin/support staff are impacted, with the total number of layoffs in the low single-digits as a percentage of the company’s overall workforce.

“We’ve grown a great deal over the last several years, and as a result decided to make some adjustments,” a spokesperson for the agency said in a statement to Deadline. “We’re unfortunately parting ways with a small number of colleagues and are grateful for everything they’ve contributed.”

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Talent agencies previously reduced staffs during the pandemic when all switched to work from home. More recently, the CAA-ICM merger resulted in a little over 100 layoffs.

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