Twitter is asking some of its laid-off employees to return, Bloomberg reports

Twitter is asking some of its laid-off employees to return, Bloomberg reports

Nov 6 (Reuters) – After Twitter Inc laid off nearly half its staff on Friday in the wake of Elon Musk’s $44 billion acquisition, the company is now contacting dozens of workers who lost their jobs and asking them to return, Bloomberg reported. News on Sunday.

Some of them, with whom they are asking to return, were fired by mistake. Others were let go before management realized their work and expertise might be needed to create the new opportunities Musk envisioned, the report said. said citing people familiar with the steps.

Twitter: recently has laid off 50% of its employees, including members of its trust and security team, Yoel Roth, the company’s head of security and integrity, tweeted earlier this week.

Social media company employee tweets said Teams responsible for communications, content curation, human rights and machine learning ethics, as well as some product and engineering teams, were among those gutted.

Twitter on Saturday Updated its app on Apple’s App Store will begin charging $8 for requested blue check verification tokens, part of Musk’s first major overhaul of the social media platform.

Twitter did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for comment.

Reporting by Jaiveer Singh Shekhawat in Bengaluru; Editing by Lisa Shumaker

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