A day after 1,200 Twitter employees quit, Elon Musk’s SOS to the engineers resigned

Twitter closed its offices yesterday after hundreds of employees resigned.

New Delhi:

after a day Hundreds of Twitter employees have decided to resign, Owner Elon Musk sent a distress call to the staff: Whoever writes software, please report to the 10th floor at 2 pm today. Musk, in an email, asked the software engineers to travel to San Francisco and be in person at the Twitter office.

Musk added that only those who cannot physically make it to the Bay Area or have family emergencies will be excused from attending, according to a Bloomberg report.

The Twitter owner asked engineers to submit a bullet summary of their coding accomplishments in the past six months, along with up to 10 screenshots of the most prominent lines of code. Musk said the meetings will be short, and will be held to help him “understand the Twitter stack of technologies.”

The mail came hours after Twitter was forced to shut down its office after A Exodus on Musk’s ultimatum To adhere to a ‘super hard’ work environment. Musk asked employees to choose between working long hours or losing their jobs.

At least 1,200 employees quit yesterday creating a cloud of confusion over who should still be able to access company property, The New York Times reports.

Musk, the richest man in the world, has come under fire for drastic changes to the social media company, which he bought for $44 billion late last month.

He has already fired half of the company’s 7,500 employees, scrapped a work-from-home policy, and imposed long hours, all while his attempts to fix Twitter have met with chaos and delays.

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