Twitter Employees Shocking Richest Man With Mass Resignations?

Fri Nov 18 2022 13:57:26 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

The microblogging site Twitter's popularity is such that people use it to know the trending issues in the world and the impact they are creating. The trends on Twitter platforms show the impact the issues have. But things have changed now and Twitter is now trending for a problematic issue. From day one of taking Twitter into his control Elon Musk has been facing issues.

New Twitter owner Elon Musk is facing back-to-back issues with his ego. He is removing employees as per his wish citing various reasons. From top executives like the CEO to normal employees everyone is getting laid off.

On top of this, Elon Musk is imposing new rules on the employees. Not happy with this, the employees are reacting swiftly to Musk hitting back at him. Initially, Twitter employees were frightened to stay in the office. Now they are giving back-to-back shocks to Elon Musk. He is also facing severe flak for affecting the flow of Twitter's work after he bought it.

The fierce nature of Twitter employees changed the situation that Twitter employees are trending the name of the platform to show their fight against the behavior of Elon Musk. The employees are planning mass resignations. They are posting the resignation letters on the Twitter platform under the hashtag to show their protest.

The spree of resignations from Twitter employees which started on Thursday has been going to date. Through hashtags, the employees are expressing their anger at Elon Musk and saying that everyone should work at places they love. The employees are saying they cannot work under a boss like Elon Musk who is not treating employees in the right way.

After Elon Musk reportedly made it clear that employees should follow the restrictions and work for extra hours or else they should lose their jobs the employees are hitting back at Elon Musk and planning mass resignations.

After going through a lot of twists and turns the Twitter deal row ended in favour of Elon Musk as he sealed the deal. He paid a big amount of $44 billion to buy the social media platform.

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