After the acquisition by Elon Musk, many major changes have happened in the company during the last 8 days. Even on a large scale, a decision has been taken to sack about 50 percent of the employees.
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Twitter is in a lot of discussion at the moment. After the acquisition by Elon Musk, many major changes have happened in the company during the last 8 days. Even on a large scale, a decision has been taken to sack about 50 percent of the employees. Many employees have received emails from the company on Friday morning, while many offices have been temporarily closed till evening and during this time the accounts of some employees have also been closed.
According to Reuters reports, he receives an email from Twitter, which says that in an effort to get Twitter on a healthy path, we will go through the difficult process of reducing our global workforce on Friday. However, the employees who have not been fired have also been emailed by the company.
Elon Musk took the decision to do half the work force
Elon Musk is the richest person in the world and he is now going to take out about half of Twitter’s staff i.e. 3700 people. According to the information, with this he is going to reduce the cost of running Twitter and is going to start a new way of working.
Employees got angry on social media
There is a lot of anger among the employees of Twitter against this step taken by Twitter. He took out this anger on social media and has used #OneTeam hashtag for this. Both anger and tears were seen in people outside the office of Twitter India. Using the #OneTeam hashtag, many people have told their problems and have also tried to explain how important this job is to their family. Along with this, he has also sought help from the people.
Twitter fires marketing and communication department
Twitter has sacked the marketing and communication department in India. This information has been shared by NDTV. However, there is no information about whether all the employees working in it have been fired or not.