Twitter Employees Laid Off Via Email, Slack

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By Ellen Chang Twitter laid off employees by sending emails or locking them out of their laptops. Employees were laid off from Twitter (TWTR) – Get Twitter Inc. Report globally starting on Nov. 3 and abruptly learned their individual fates by email or being logged off their laptops and Slack, a messaging app. Twitter employees announced their loss on the microblogging platform by using the #lovewhereyouworked hashtag. Teams of employees who worked on social, content moderation, engineering, marketing and human resources were all let go just days before the U.S. midterm elections on Nov. 8. Mus…

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