The number of layoffs is uncertain, but some engineers took to Twitter yesterday to say they were told via email that their “contribution” was no longer needed. The New York TimesOn Tuesday, Musk, along with a handful of other senior employees at the company, your TwitterIt came after he announced he had fired head of infrastructure, Nelson Abramson.
of The Informationaccording to your guess your Twitter Employee numbers have dropped nearly 75% since Musk took over the company at the end of October. Social media website, ex CEO Parag Agrawal employed approximately 7,500 people. It was reported a week ago that about 2,000 employees remained from this number. In November, Musk said the company would not cut more workers than what was left of its workforce. The word came after the billionaire’s “extremely harsh” ultimatum led to at least 1,200 resignations.
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These additional losses in the team responsible for keeping Twitter up and running are likely to raise concerns about how unreliable the site might become in the near future. It’s also the move, which is already worrying about how much time Musk is spending on Twitter. Tesla may further alienate its investors. According to The Information Musk, AbramsonAfter his departure, he appointed Tesla engineer Sheen Austin to lead the infrastructure team of the social media website.
layoffs, Musk’s It also points to the unstable financial situation Twitter has found itself in since its takeover. In recent weeks, Elon and other executives have reportedly discussed the possible consequences of refusing severance payments to thousands of people who have been fired from the company in recent weeks. The company also lags behind in leasing for its San Francisco headquarters and global network of satellite offices.