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Thursday, December 01, 2022

More employees quit Twitter after Musk’s ultimatum

It continued to lose engineers and other employees even after new boss Elon Musk offered them the option of promising to “work harder” or resign with severance pay.

Hundreds of employees said they were leaving the company ahead of Musk’s Thursday deadline, posting greeting emoji or other symbols familiar to employees in the internal messaging app Slack. However, it was not always possible to know whether they were doing so because they were leaving or in solidarity with departed colleagues, according to one employee who spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of retribution and a The former employee also spoke on the condition of anonymity for the privacy required to receive compensation.

Some announced on Twitter that they were leaving. According to one employee who was fired this week, several employees used a private forum outside the company to discuss their planned resignations, asking how it might affect their US visas or whether they were promised Gaya will get severance pay.

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Twitter’s leadership sent an unsigned email after the deadline announcing that the offices would remain closed and employee access cards would be disabled as of Monday. No reason was given for the move, according to an employee who voluntarily accepted the resignation on Thursday and asked to remain anonymous.

While it’s unclear how many of Twitter’s already terminated employees have accepted Musk’s offer, the new series of departures means the platform continues to lose employees as it approaches the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Gearing up for, one of the biggest events in the world. Feeds can overwhelm your system if the system crashes.

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“To all the tweeps who decided to work their last day today – thank you for being amazing teammates through the ups and downs. Can’t wait to see what they do next,” Esther Crawford Tweeted a stay-at-home employee who is working on overhauling the platform’s verification system.

Since taking over Twitter less than three weeks ago, Musk has laid off half of the company’s 7,500 full-time employees and an untold number of outside employees responsible for content moderation and other critical tasks. He fired top executives on his first day as Twitter owner, while others left voluntarily in subsequent days. Earlier this week he began firing a small group of engineers who opposed him publicly or on the company’s internal Slack messaging system.

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