Twitter unexpectedly turned off employees’ access to their computers and work systems and started terminating people in large numbers. While many fired employees used Twitter to communicate the sad news, one worker announced their termination in a positive way.
A 25-year-old Indian man named Yash Agarwal expressed on LinkedIn how much he valued his time working for Twitter India and South Asia as a Public Policy Associate.
— Yash Agarwal✨ (@yashagarwalm) November 4, 2022
The tweet has received over 42,000 likes and over 3,000 retweets, making it a viral hit.
“This optimistic view on life is rare to witness,” one user commented. I wish you the greatest happiness and success in all you decide to achieve! Best of luck with your upcoming endeavours!
Musk defended his decision to fire workers at Twitter by claiming that the microblogging service was losing more than $4 million a day.
“Unfortunately, given that the firm is losing more than $4 million per day, there is no other option for Twitter but to reduce its workforce. Everyone who was let go received a 3 month severance package, which is 50% more than what was legally required “stated Musk.