Twitter’s engineers must work 12 hours a day to satisfy Elon Musk’s deadlines or be dismissed.
- Twitter engineers were ordered to work 12 hours a day, seven days a week to fulfil Musk’s demands. To avoid being fired, they must work through comp time and additional hours.
- Employees have until the first week of November to satisfy obligations, including Musk’s much-anticipated paid blue tick verification function.
- Musk has vowed to cut the staff by 50% to guarantee compliance, and roughly 2000 people may be laid off in the first phase. Before layoffs, the board was sacked, leaving Musk as the sole director.