Twitter CEO Elon Musk makes the news every week for one ridiculous reason after another. He’s currently engaged in cost-cutting measures surrounding the company, which are often at the expense of the company.
Elon Musk‘s team reportedly fired the whole janitorial staff formerly working in their Seattle offices as well as the San Francesco headquarters. That was extremely tough on the janitorial staff as their income suddenly stopped, but Twitter employees also suffered from intolerable hygienic conditions.
Twitter now has another major problem. According to a report from The New York Times, Twitter staff faces eviction from the company’s Seattle office. Twitter has reportedly stopped paying rent for the office space its been renting, which has led to such dire circumstances.
This eventual shutdown of the offices also converges with a notice sent to the company on November 4. The Employment Security Department of Washington State gave out the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) which affects 257 Seattle Twitter employees.
The WARN notice reveals that layoffs in the company would start on January 4. Things do not look good for the company. Elon Musk has paid an enormously large sum to buy the company, and it’s not yet certain whether he’ll be able to turn the company around after debilitating it with his own actions.
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