Twitter employees have demands for Elon Musk

Twitter employees wrote an open letter with their demands for Elon Musk, which buys social media platform friday. In the letter written reviewed by Time magazineemployees have a list of demands for the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX.

In addition to the demands, the employees wanted to express their thoughts on the planned departure of 75% of the staff. The letter called the plans “reckless” and said it was “a transparent act of worker intimidation.”

According to the open letter, the employees who signed it told Elon Musk that they would not be intimidated and that Twitter and Musk should “stop these threats of negligent termination.”

In the open letter, the employees list what they “demand of current and future management.” Twitter employees listed the four demands and what they mean to them.

“Respect: We demand that leaders respect the platform and the workers who maintain it by pledging to preserve the current workforce.

“Security: We demand that management does not discriminate against workers on the basis of their race, gender, disability, sexual orientation or political beliefs. We also demand the safety of workers with visas, who will be forced to leave the country in which they work if they are made redundant.

“Protection: We are asking Elon Musk to explicitly commit to preserving our benefits, those listed in the merger agreement and not (eg remote work). We demand that leadership establish and ensure fair termination policies for all workers before and after any change in ownership.

“Dignity: We demand transparent, prompt and thoughtful communication about our working conditions. We demand to be treated with dignity and not to be treated as mere pawns in a game played by billionaires.

The same, it seems, does not apply to the employees themselves. During Elon Musk sound opening Saturday Night Live characteristically, he told the world that he had Asperger’s syndrome, which is a form of autism.

In May, a senior Twitter executive was recorded mocking Elon Musk for having Asperger’s Syndrome. “He has Asperger’s syndrome, so he’s special – you have special needs. You literally have special needs,” the exec said which has been identified as Twitter’s main client partner, Alex Martinez.

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Twitter employees have demands for Elon Musk






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