Twitter managers have informed employees that they will be required to work extra hours in order to meet Elon Musk’s tight deadline for changes
If they fail to meet the deadline, the engineers may lose their jobs as well. Engineers at Twitter have reportedly been asked to work 12 hour days, seven days a week.
If the engineers fail to meet Elon Musk’s deadline, they may lose their jobs
So far, there has been no discussion of overtime pay, comp time, or job security. Elon Musk recently purchased Twitter and made some significant platform changes. However, it appears that this is costing employees a lot of money. According to information shared by CNBC sources. Some Twitter engineers have been asked to work 12 hours a day, seven days a week. Managers have informed employees that they will be required to work extra hours in order to meet Elon Musk’s tight deadline for changes.
Stated by internal communications, “managers at Twitter have instructed some employees to ework 12-hour shifts, seven days a week, in order to meet Musk’s aggressive deadlines.”
According to the cited source the employees were asked to work extra hours with no discussion
According to cited source, “overtime pay or comp time, or job security.” Reports, the engineers have been given a deadline of early November, and if they fail to meet the requirements, they may lose their jobs.
“Completion of tasks by the early November deadline is seen as a make-or-break matter for their careers at Twitter”. Elon Musk is said to be threatening employees with 50% layoffs in order to force them to comply with the order.
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