This Friday afternoon, Nov. 4, Twitter will let its employees know if their jobs are being cut, according to an email sent internally on Thursday.
A new episode of the week of uncertainty about the future of the social network Twitter since its takeover by Elon Musk. “In order to get Twitter on the right track, we will have to begin the complex process of reducing our workforce on Friday,” reads an email seen by Reuters.
Bloomberg reported on Friday that social network employees initiated a class-action lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco against Elon Musk’s plan to fire about half of the employees on the grounds that their employer violated California and federal laws in duration. notices before dismissal. The social network also explains in an email that its offices will be temporarily closed and access passes will be disabled to “ensure the safety of every employee, as well as Twitter systems and customer data.”
Email to his personal or business address
Employees who will keep their jobs will be notified by email sent to their work email address, those who will be laid off will receive a message to their personal email address, to be confirmed. The job cuts came after billionaire Elon Musk bought the social network for $44 billion, demanded drastic spending cuts and imposed an aggressive new corporate culture.
Billion dollar savings a year?
Elon Musk has asked Twitter teams to find up to $1 billion (about one billion euros) a year in infrastructure savings, according to two people familiar with the matter, as well as exchanges via internal professional messaging service Slack that Reuters was able to read.