Elon Musk to lay off 50% Twitter workforce, revoke work-from-anywhere policy and ask employees to get back to office
Elon Musk plans to reverse Twitter’s existing work-from-anywhere policy, asking remaining employees to report to offices.
In an effort to reduce costs, Elon Musk plans to cut around 3,700 workers at Twitter, or 50% of the workforce, according to Bloomberg sources. Twitter's new owner intends to inform impacted employees on November 4. The remaining staff will be asked to go to offices as Musk also plans to alter the company's current work-from-anywhere policy. Sources say that some exceptions may still be granted.
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