Elon Musk Receive payment to employees who remain on Twitter, and abandon or accept difficult conditions imposed work. This ultimatum may have been a very heavy blow for the company, which was going through very difficult times.
Almost all workers chose to take the money and look for a new job, this Chief Twit caught offside. According to private media in the United States, about 75% of Twitter employees have decided to abandon ship. This means that there are less than a thousand employees under the South African boss. start a desperate SOS to recruit new engineers.
Twitter: neither captain nor sailor
Some former employees saw fit to present their vision of the company and to publicize on Twitter the reasons why they refused to continue. Peter Clowes is one of the employees who want to de-stress on the platform that was his home until recently. He just wanted to state his reasons in a long headline, but “accidentally” went viral.
Clowes suggested a deeper reason than having to work long hours piecemeal. To him, this was something he was used to already. It didn’t happen because of the mass layoffs, either, as he understood that this was a more or less logical decision. Not even because he wished the worst for Musk or Twitter, as he recounted: “I want Twitter to succeed, I want it to be better than ever. I’ve spent several years of my life building a small piece. I hope it continues to blow for years to come! for a long time!” .
If Clowes chose the deal, it’s because he’s a man to himself. She would arrive at the office and she didn’t even know why she was getting out of bed, she didn’t know what to do or who to address anymore. He could not directly deal with the uncertainty the company had fallen into: “I left because I didn’t know what I was staying for anymore. I used to stay because of the people, the vision and of course the money (let’s be honest) Everything has changed radically or is uncertain”. Only three of his 75-man team remained.
Basically, what South Africans want from their employees is a leap of faith. Continuing to work in grueling conditions without explaining what the material compensation will be or what compensation they refuse. Instead, they at least secured the money by choosing the deal, but these employees were only informed of the amount after they had made the decision.
One thing he didn’t like, either, was that those in charge limited themselves to “spoken words” to persuade the rest. Everything was word of mouth, with no plan to make them think twice if they wanted to go behind it. And with all the climate of distrust that has been created throughout these weeks among employees, tweeters and advertisers alike, it has of course fallen short.
He also regretted that neither Musk nor anyone else in charge had brought order to the moments of chaos and gossip. Clowes explained that many things have been heard in offices and that, however exaggerated they may seem, they can be fulfilled under the circumstances. “There was no communication from leadership to dispel the rumors or establish the company’s vision,” he complained.
So he remained separated from his peers, beginning to see that the going was unsuitable and there was no financial incentive to stay. “What would you do? Would you sacrifice time with your kids during the holidays for vague guarantees and the chance to make a rich person richer, or would you say goodbye,” Clowes asked his followers. ‘ asked Clowes.
Seeing that his topic had become so viral and received some criticism, the engineer wanted to make it clear that he had no intention of making any judgments against anyone. It is restricted to simply giving “an explanation of a personal decision involving few variables and uncertainties”. He also had nice words for those who chose to stay: “I have good colleagues who I deeply respect when they stay. I strongly encouraged some of them to stay!”
And he brought up what it took to stay on Twitter so that there was no doubt. For her, the ideal situation was not having children, being single, not having to go through a bad year personally, knowing what she was doing, and being part of the staff at her San Francisco offices.
life goes on on twitter
While everything seems upside down from the outside, they decided to start working to find a solution in the offices. Chief Twit posted photos with the engineers after reviewing the “Twitter hub code”.
Hours before this moment, Musk wanted to meet “everyone who really writes software” in the offices. As the photos show, quite a few people came after this call for help. According to him, it is the first time that so many people see it there.
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