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Twitter Row: Employees resign in mass after Musk's warning, many offices locked

Pankaj Prasad
Elon Musk
Elon Musk

Hundreds of employees have resigned en masse following Elon Musk's warning.

After the acquisition of micro-blogging site Twitter, the world's richest man Elon Musk is making some or the other change in the company. Under this change, they are first hitting those employees who are not following their policy properly. Musk is constantly increasing the work pressure on all these employees. The latest case is the email sent by Musk in which he has told all the employees that either they can resign after getting three months salary or they should be ready for hard work. At the same time, after Musk's warning, more than 100 employees have resigned en masse. Not only this, locks are also being installed in the offices where the employees have resigned en masse.

Employees scared of Musk's policy

Musk has removed almost half of Twitter's employees from the company. Not only this, he has now completely ended work from home in Twitter. The employees are so scared of his policy that they are sleeping in the office even at night. On behalf of Musk, the employees were also asked to fill a form in which it was written about the working conditions. If an employee fails to do so, he will get severance pay for three months.

Twitter in search of new leadership for Twitter

World's richest man Elon Musk is now looking for new leadership for micro-blogging site Twitter. Musk is looking for a leadership that can fulfill its responsibility properly. Musk wants to give Tesla time by reorganizing Twitter's system as soon as possible, because Musk's busyness is worrying Tesla's investor. Musk has said in his statement that after the company acquisition, I want to reorganize it as soon as possible so that I can give time to my other affiliates as well. 

Musk scared himself after the warning

Musk has also currently closed the Twitter offices where employees are being fired, as Musk and his leadership team are fearful that the laid-off employees will try to sabotage the company. At the same time, news is coming out in media reports that Twitter's offices will reopen on November 21.

Employees take work from home at their own risk

Twitter owner Elon Musk has now given another new decree to the employees. Under this, he has asked the managers to allow their team members to work from home at risk.