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Layoffs at Twitter: Elon Musk explains why the decision was made

It is said that about 50 percent of Twitter's employees have been fired. In India, two-thirds of its employees have been asked to design. Twitter has 230 employees in India, out of which around 180 have been asked to resign.
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Twitter lay off: Twitter became Elon Musk on October 28. After this, the CEO of Tesla has fired a large number of employees of the twitter social media platform. These include employees from America to India. On November 5, Musk clarified the move to lay off employees.

Musk has tweeted about this. He has said that the company had no other option but to sack the employees. He has told about the daily loss to the company. According to him, Twitter was losing more than $4 million a day.

Tesla CEO has said that every employee fired from the company has been given three months’ salary. This is 50% more than the legal requirement. It was previously expected that there might be some layoffs in Twitter after Musk took over.

However, such a large number of employees was not expected to be fired. It was also not expected that Musk would take this decision so soon.

It is said that about 50% of Twitter’s employees have been fired. In India, two-thirds of its employees have been asked to design. Twitter has 230 employees in India, out of which around 180 have been asked to resign. The company has done this layoff across content, partnerships, content curation, sales and social marketing teams.

Sources say that many employees got this bad news as soon as they woke up. Especially in India, the employees got the news of job loss in the morning itself. Some employees have been told that they have been retained for the time being. His role and functions will be decided by the company later.

Most of the people who are retained in India are involved in essential operations like maintenance. The corporate world has not liked this decision of the new owner of Twitter. Many big companies of the world have decided not to give their ads on this social media platform.

United Airlines Holdings has said that it will not advertise on this social media site. Earlier, many big companies have decided not to advertise themselves on Twitter. A United Airlines spokeswoman confirmed her decision not to add ads on Twitter on Friday.

Earlier, giants like General Mills and Audi have taken such a decision. These companies said on Thursday that they had decided not to advertise on Twitter. Audi is one of the largest luxury car manufacturers in the world.

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