Meta’s head of engineering told his managers to identify and report low performers so they could force those employees out of the company, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The move is just the latest sign of belt-tightening at the organization behind Facebook.

“Every manager needs to think about each person on their team and the value they are adding to Meta”, wrote Maher Saba, Meta’s head of distant presence and engineering. The memo was revealed Friday in an engineering managers-only group in the firms internal social community.

“If a direct report is coasting or a low performer, they are not who we need; they are failing this company”, Saba wrote. “As a manager, you cannot allow someone to be net neutral or negative for Meta.” A Meta spokesperson didn’t instantly reply to a request for comment.

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In the memo, Saba asks managers to “identify anyone who ’needs support’” and submit them via an organizational efficiency tool by the end of the workday on Monday.

“Understand our high-performance bar and hold your team accountable”, Saba wrote. “Identify people who need support early, partner with our Employee Relations team to get that support, and move to exit people who are unable to get on track. It’s your job as a manager to make sure your team operates with the intensity needed for Meta’s success.”

The shake-up comes straight from the top

The memo is probably the most pointed plan outlined by the company since Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg informed workers last month that Meta could be removing staff unable to satisfy the company’s aggressive targets, as reported by Reuters at the time. “Realistically, there are probably a bunch of people at the company who shouldn’t be here”, Zuckerberg mentioned.