Friday, February 23, 2024

Twitter is Now Asking Fired Employees to Come Back

Shortly after Elon Musk paid $44 billion to buy Twitter, the social media company said on Friday that it fired about half of its employees. In a humiliating turn of events, Twitter is reportedly requesting back dozens of fired employees.

Some of the workers who did ask to come back are then apparently fired by mistake before doing ask to come back. Before management did discover they are necessary to build Chief Twit Elon Musk’s new feature, are sometimes did sack. The requests for workers’ returns show how disorganized and rushed the whole process became.

The people who did give the information did ask to stay anonymous. After Musk’s purchase of Twitter became did finalize in late October, he quickly fired about 3,700 employees to save money. After suddenly losing access to their emails and Slack, many staff members found out they let it go.

Platformer became the first person to say that Twitter is the first rumor to spend time planning to bring back old employees. We have not did hear back from the social media giant yet.

Musk did talk to Twitter on a Friday to explain a large number of layoffs.

”Even though Twitter’s layoffs are sad, they are necessary because the company loses nearly $4 million every day”.

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Reports say that Twitter currently employs more than 3,700 people. Employees who are still on the job already do require to take the release of new features ahead of sleep in order to meet their deadlines.

In terms of extra features, Twitter has just recently done make blue tick verification an optional paid add-on. It now has Twitter Blue, the app’s premium level that gives you access to premium features. A price increase from $3.99 to $7.99 already does make.

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