Twitter may further cut its shrinking workforce as early as Monday. according to Elon Musk is considering new layoffs targeting the company’s sales and partnerships teams. The extent of the potential cuts is not clear but it comes after a significant number of employees . On Friday, Musk reportedly asked Robin Wheeler, Twitter’s head of ad sales, and Maggie Sonwick, the company’s head of partnerships, to fire more employees. Both are terminated after payment.
Twitter did not immediately respond to Engadget’s request for comment. The company no longer has a communications team. If Twitter does move forward with the cuts, they will come after Musk has already been laid off From the company’s previous strong workforce of 7,500 people. with most websites and “at least 1,200” employees leaving in the wake of Musk’s ultimatum, there Decreasing would leave parts of Twitter inoperable.
There are signs that this is already happening. On Saturday, some users noticed that the platform’s automated copyright warning system was not working. In one thread I spotted Someone posted it all The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift via nearly 50 tweets. The thread ran for an entire day and was widely shared before Twitter suspended the account responsible for posting the movie.
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