Twitter Africa employees accuse Elon Musk of discrimination over severance terms for departing employees
The Twitter co-founders Elon Musk and Biz Stone were both looking for jobs after leaving the company. They were also in search of other opportunities that could help them boost their careers. Musk, however, did not want to let go of the company that he built over a decade, while the other found himself unable to find a job that matched his talents. With this in mind, the people who run what is now known as Twitter moved in to offer Elon Musk a severance package.
After Elon Musk’s departure in March, Twitter’s employees were left with only one option: offer the entrepreneur up to a seven-figure salary. However, the people who now sit atop a company that has taken to Twitter’s platform say that they are trying to help as many people as possible. They are offering to give each employee two weeks of severance, a $1,000 bonus and a $2,000 bonus for the second year to go to the people with the most impressive work histories at the company.
According to reports, Biz Stone and Elon Musk both went to Tesla, SpaceX and other companies in the media industry to do good for the world. However, it is apparent that despite the good work they put in, both failed to get the next jobs they wanted, so they decided to jump ship.
Elon Musk was looking to take a big step up in his career, but when he couldn’t find himself a job, he decided that it was time to leave his current job to do what he loved. However, according to reports, his search for a new job proved fruitless, and he now plans to go back to where he was before he joined Twitter.
The people at Twitter are hoping to help the men and women whose career paths they paved, and offer them another chance to climb the very top. The former CEO, a visionary thinker, had an idea for a revolutionary app that would have changed many people’s lives. He would have been worth millions of dollars if he had become a billionaire. Instead, he