Twitter tells workers there aren’t plans for companywide layoffs


By Kurt Wagner | Bloomberg

Twitter Inc., confronting reviews that Elon Musk goals to intestine its workforce as a part of his takeover, informed workers that there haven’t been plans for companywide layoffs because it signed a deal to be acquired by the billionaire.

In a memo seen by Bloomberg Information, Twitter Basic Counsel Sean Edgett warned staff to count on “tons of public rumors and hypothesis” because the closing of the deal nears. “We do not need any affirmation of the customer’s plans following shut and advocate not following rumors or leaked paperwork however relatively look forward to information from us and the customer straight,” he stated.

The Washington Publish reported that Musk’s plan for Twitter contain slashing its workers by 75% in a matter of months. Musk, whose $44 billion buy of the social community is about to shut by Oct. 28, would cut back Twitter’s workers to only over 2,000 individuals, in contrast with the 7,500 it presently employs, the Publish stated, citing paperwork and folks accustomed to the plans.

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