Twitter Layoffs: Elon Musk bought Twitter last year for $ 44 billion (about Rs 3.60 lakh crore). He has fired about 6,000 employees so far. At the same time, some left the job on their own due to fear of retrenchment.
Twitter Layoffs News: billionaire businessman Elon Musk No one knows when to do what. Last year Twitter Since buying, Musk has fired about 6,000 employees. However, the way Musk has fired senior Twitter executives will make you laugh. In other words, these officers have unknowingly or unknowingly dug their own graves.
More than three-fourths of the 8,000-strong workforce have been laid off since the Twitter acquisition in October last year. According to media reports, Elon Musk asked senior managers to recommend the best employees for promotion. After this, Musk fired only the recommending managers. Musk did this under the ‘cost-cutting drive’.
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This is how the job of managers went
Managers were recently asked to prepare a list of people who should be promoted. They didn’t even realize that they were digging their own graves. Many of those managers were later fired, and the same people who were recommended were appointed in their place. It has been said in media reports that at least 50 senior managers have lost their jobs.
Former executive expressed opposition
As soon as Musk took over the throne of Twitter, there was a large-scale layoff. It is believed that only after this these managers have also been shown the way out. Among the managers who lost their jobs was Esther Crawford, a senior executive who was seen sleeping on the floor at the company’s headquarters in support of her team’s demands.
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Users vented their anger
There is a lot of criticism of the steps taken by Musk. One Twitter user insisted that Musk ‘can’t get out of $44 billion (about Rs 3.60 lakh crore) debt’, another called the Tesla and SpaceX founder the ‘world’s biggest kid’ and a third said Musk’s actions have made it clear that his goal is to destroy Twitter.