The new Twitter owner Elon Musk’s deadline for employees to sign a “hard work culture” commitment led the network’s employees to oppose him and trend the RIPTwitter hashtag by resigning en masse.
Recently, Elon Musk, the new owner of the Twitter social network, in a nightly email to all his employees, required them to sign a “hard work culture” pledge and set a deadline for this order until Saturday morning.
He specified a time for the employees to agree to the new working conditions and considered their failure to sign this online form as resignation.
According to the Verge report, with only a few hours left until the end of the deadline for signing this agreement, hundreds of employees of this network have said goodbye to Twitter in opposition to the new conditions. The exact number of employees who have resigned has not yet been determined, but according to this report, their number reaches several hundred people.
Despite the fact that Musk fired several thousand employees of this network after taking over Twitter, he tweeted that he is not worried about the resignation of his employees, because the best of them are fixed in place to help the development of this social network.
In the circumstances with the events that have happened, users do not imagine a clear future for Twitter, according to the New York Times, in the hours leading up to the deadline, a meeting with the presence of Musk and important employees of the network was held at the company’s premises, so that the CEO of Twitter could use his chance to persuade. Try to keep these employees.
Twitter employees have trended the hashtag #RIPTwitter (may the soul of Twitter rest in peace) on this social network after their resignation. Some Twitter users, dissatisfied with the current conditions, have said to migrate to Instagram and Mastodon.
Since taking over Twitter, Elon Musk has made huge changes, including the firing of high-ranking managers and the redesign of the Twitter Blue subscription service to give blue ticks to all users, which caused this feature to be temporarily unavailable.