Elon Musk announced on Monday that there would be another wave of layoffs at Twitter, according to a report from Bloomberg. Sources close to the situation told Bloomberg that in order to balance out each team, Musk is cutting more jobs; however, it’s still unclear how many people have lost their positions.
After hundreds of workers resigned from Twitter last week following Elon Musk’s request for them to commit to an “extremely hardcore” work culture with “long hours and high intensity,” he has now required those who remain to sign a Google form pledging their commitment or leave the company with severance.
Among those affected by the layoffs are Robin Wheeler, the former head of ad sales at Twitter, Maggie McLean Suniewick, who was the vice president of partnerships, and Sarah Rosen, who left her position as head of US content partnerships last Friday.
This latest round of layoffs comes after Elon Musk has made significant changes to Twitter’s structure, such as introducing two-factor authentication for all Twitter accounts and shutting down Vine. With these changes, Elon Musk is ensuring that Twitter remains a secure platform for users and businesses alike.
Despite the layoffs, Elon Musk still seems committed to making Twitter the best it can be. After this latest round of cuts, he will hopefully be able to create an efficient team that will be able to continue to build upon the success of Twitter. Whether or not Elon Musk’s efforts pay off, only time will tell. In the meantime, all we can do is wait and see how this will affect Twitter’s future.