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Elon Musk’s Twitter epic downfall as a result of his incompetent management continues.
Twitter knowledgeable the workers who’re bravely nonetheless sticking with the corporate that they might be locked out of its places of work till Monday.
A number of information sources reported that Twitter places of work had been closed efficient instantly. No purpose for the choice was shared on the time, however there are speculations.
Musk’s staff made an analogous transfer throughout the mass layoffs “out of a priority for security and an obvious worry that exiting workers may try and sabotage the corporate on their method out,” per ABC 7 Eyewitness News.
Some really feel this closure of the Twitter places of work is occurring for a similar purpose. Within the message saying the closing of Twitter places of work, workers had been instructed, “discussing confidential firm data on social media, with the press or elsewhere.”
Many now-former Twitter workers took to the platform to announce their resignation after Musk introduced a collection of silly new insurance policies, together with an ultimatum for them to enroll to work “extraordinarily hardcore… lengthy, onerous hours.”
In the event that they determined to not comply with the billionaire’s ridiculous request, they might obtain three months’ severance pay and a attainable lockout from Twitter.
Twitter Doesn’t Take Something Severely
Following the information, #RIPTwitter and a collection of different Twitter-related hashtags all trended on the social community as customers mirrored on the great occasions they’d earlier than Musk’s $44 billion takeover.
Whereas customers worry Elon Musk’s Twitter will shut down at any given second, Musk mentioned, “The very best persons are staying, so I’m not tremendous anxious,” riiiggghhht.
He additionally shouldn’t be biting his nails in regards to the chaos in his firm. Musk is sharing memes and just lately mentioned in a tweet, “simply hit one other all-time excessive in Twitter utilization.”
If Twitter goes, there’s at all times BlackPlanet.
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