Elon Musk Twitter Employees to work 12 hours 7 days week or lose job according to report

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has finally bought Twitter. Musk acquired Twitter in October for $44 billion. A few months ago this year, Musk had announced to buy Twitter, but then canceled the deal citing some rules, for which the matter went to court. Then later on the settlement between the two parties, the process of purchase and sale was completed. After buying Twitter, he has started reshuffling its staff and rules and regulations. These steps being taken by them are being severely criticized. Musk has shown the way out to Twitter’s current CEO, Chief Financial Officer, policy and legal team Leiters, as well as replaced Twitter’s board of directors.

Some time ago Musk announced that accounts with blue ticks would have to make monthly payments. Now Twitter will have to pay $ 8 for Blue Tick, which according to Indian currency will have to be paid about Rs 660.63 per month. The benefits of subscription are as follows. Users will be able to tweet long audio and long videos. Blue Tick users will see half the ads compared to normal users, will be able to read paid articles for free and content creators will also get rewards. Users have said a lot about this on social media. Now Musk has come up with another big decision, which has affected the employees. yes of CNBC Report According to reports, some Twitter employees have been asked to work 12-hour shifts.

Several Twitter employees told CNBC that they have to work 7 days a week. To meet Musk’s deadline, Twitter managers have instructed some employees to work 12-hour shifts, seven days a week. No one has to discuss overtime pay or comp time or job security during this time. Engineers have been given the start of November. If the work is not completed then their job can be lost. In a climate of fear, many Twitter employees have stopped talking with each other on internal systems about office issues.

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