Here is your layoff. They don't care enough to pay you.
How to interpret the CEO's promises conveyed by the media, that the company is not planning company-wide layoffs, but will continue with some changes "to improve efficiencies", pause in spending in most areas? In my understanding, if there are no... — read more
I hate to see attrition is up enough to negate the need for layoffs. That's exactly what everybody involved in this mess was hoping would happen. If people leave on their own instead of waiting to be laid off, the company saves piles of money since... — read more
Many staff quit over the deal. In my opinion, the biggest damage that was done to Twitter is that so many excellent talents have left in the past months after Musk offered to purchase this company?
Twitter uses Musk’s own words to build its case for $44bn deal In its fight to force Elon Musk to honour his agreement to buy Twitter for $44bn, the social media company has armed itself with the billionaire’s own tweets... — read more
Is anyone surprised? I don't believe that many are.
Is anybody willing to share severance details?
We know more is coming, but it would be nice to have more information on when it will continue and how many more are expected to be laid off. These are uncertain times for all of us and more transparency and communication from the leadership team... — read more
He is in the "find out" stages of the good, old "fu-k around and find out."
Twitter layoffs started today. There are people losing their jobs that have been there over a decade. This is a really tough day. In addition, there is a current blackout on selling any Vested Stock. It began on May 31st and the brokerage... — read more
No official numbers are out yet, but it's happening.
The Acquisition masters are looking for cost reductions before the acquisition. Massive culling coming.
Things have become eerily quiet on the subject.
This deal looks less and less likely.
I wonder if this was Musk's plan all along. It would not surprise me. Now, how much damaged has been done to Twitter and will the company recover?
Musk's $44 billion Twitter buyout challenged in shareholder lawsuit Elon Musk and Twitter (TWTR) were sued on Friday by a Florida pension fund seeking to stop Musk from quickly completing his planned $44 billion takeover of the social media... — read more
This Twitter deal with Musk seems more real than ever.
It's still not certain it will even happen. If Tesla shares take another major hit, the whole deal might fall through. Worry once you have something concrete to worry about. And even then, every single person I work with I know for a fact to be... — read more
Judging by what we've been learning, once the sale goes through, a significant portion of current Twitter employees will be cut. That means there'll be a lot of us applying for the same jobs at the same time. The best way to avoid that is to start... — read more
After Musk bought the company: Nothing special will change Everything will change for the worse There will be positive changes What do you think? What will the future of the company look like? I'm a little skeptical about how things... — read more
If Musk moves Twitter to Texas do you think he will offer resettlement money for those deciding to stay on? That would be a good thing.
I don't see why anybody would be worried. I started looking as soon as the first news of Musk's involvement became public (I don't want to work for his version of Twitter) and I already have two offers. Don't wait for things to get worse and layoffs... — read more
why did musk buy this company just to destroy it. any one worried about losing there jobs and free cappuccinos
One analyst predicts Musk might lay off 20% of Twitter’s workforce, as the company is still not profitable every quarter, and interest rates could rise on the borrowed money he’s using to finance the... — read more
Lots of talk going around and rumors that some have received notices. I can't take this stress. How could they let rocket boy buy us? There is nothing wrong with Twitter and we work hard to keep it an enjoyable and safe platform. Is anyone going to... — read more
What was the purpose of the poison pill?
If Musk buys Twitter we'll see layoffs of the magnitude you can't even imagine. Those who remain will be in the same if not even worse position since he'll expect them to do all the work that used to be done by five or ten times more people (meaning... — read more
New protections for California employees: After this law takes effect (January 1, 2022) if a worker chooses to speak about an experience, companies will be prevented from enforcing nondisclosure agreements and non disparagement clauses. Any reports... — read more
More cuts are coming, this just hit the web SAN FRANCISCO — With no acquisition deal in the cards for the struggling social media company, Twitter is planning to cut about 8% of its workforce, or 300 people, as soon as this week, according to a... — read more
There are so many IT layoff this year, how are we all going to find another job especially with China now even producing fab chips/asics. I know everyone thinks India/Indian's are a big threat and taking over our jobs. Yes, I agree to some point but... — read more
EX-99.1 2 twtr-ex991_6.htm EX-99.1 Exhibit 99.1 From: Jack Dorsey To: All Employees Date: October 13, 2015 Subject: A more focused Twitter Team, We are moving forward with a restructuring of our workforce so we can put our company on a stronger path... — read more
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