With the Twitter layoffs emerging, many (now laid-off) Twitter employees have taken to Twitter to spread their final farewells and express gratitude. It has now been confirmed that Elon Musk Enforce layoffs to save operating costs.
In a tweet he said: “Regarding Twitter’s reduction in power, unfortunately there is no choice when the company is losing more than $4 million a day.” He added: “Everyone who was discharged from service received compensation for a period of 3 months, which is 50% more than the amount required by law.”
The company is prepared to face a class-action lawsuit to lay off employees without warning. Meanwhile, as employees (including those based in India) are gradually discovering their fate, many have begun tweeting about their journey on Twitter and their emotional state.
That way, I’m outside. thank you for everything, @Twitter. I’ll miss you
– London Lee (@londo_lee) 4 November 2022
– Yash Agarwal (@yashagarwalm) 4 November 2022
Yesterday was my last working day on Twitter.
I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such wonderful people around me.
To all my fellow Tweeps – I wish you the best, you’ve got this!
Feel free to dm me if you need any help or just have an ear to listen.
– Manvi Tyagi (he/she) (@ManviTyagi9) 4 November 2022
My Twitter watch has expired. Thanks to those around me who have helped make Twitter better. You were a constant inspiration to me to be my best. It’s been a journey of change, chaos, ups and downs, each one of them special and I wouldn’t trade them for the world
– Tim marking the end of an era (imothee) 4 November 2022
Twitter is very special. After 4 years, I’m leaving with fuller experiences I never imagined, and unbreakable bonds with lots of adventurers. My head held high, knowing that I gave him everything I had. Tweet embed: We have a lot to be proud of. It’s time to fly higher! #one team pic.twitter.com/5tVUP575A6
– Julie Steele (@juliezsteele) 4 November 2022
Well, that doesn’t look promising. Unable to sign in to emails. Mac won’t turn on.
But this is very grateful for what happens at 3 in the morning. Really appreciate the thought of the players timing.
ChrisYounie 4 November 2022
What a journey… 7 years… seems like an eternity… a big hug to strangers and partners who made it totally worthwhile… the end of an era… goodbyes should be short and sweet #LoveWhereYouWorked #LoveWhoYouWorkedWith #one team pic.twitter.com/B9C4goiPHV
RachitUppal 4 November 2022
According to TechCrunch, a class action lawsuit has been filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California alleging that the federal Workers’ Retraining Amendment and Notice Act and the California Warning Act, both of which require 60 days’ notice, are broken.
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