Twitter is laying off almost all of its employees in Spain

The social network, now owned by Elon Musk (Tesla), is laying off 24 of its 29 workers in Spain, and their departure will continue gradually until February 8.



Updated at 10:01 am.

social network Twitter, now in the hands of the ever-controversial Elon Musk (Tesla owner), he has made his adjustments to the office the company has in Spain. Specifically, as El Confidencial put forward, Of the 29 workers they had so far in the country, they will lay off 24 employees Who have accepted the conditions offered by the company. Some departures that will take effect on February 8.

Elon Musk’s former employees in Spain do not leave with empty pockets, because in the Employment Regulation (ERE) file they will leave with Compensation for 33 working days per year compared to 20 from the initial offer. What is not clear is what will happen to the remaining five employees who are not accepted.

What happened with the Twitter subsidiary in Spain has moved to a more confidential level than other cases such as the United States and the United Kingdom, where the process has yet to beginMusk broke up on Twitter on November 4, It ended up in court. The company is committed to respecting all labor laws in the various countries in which it operates.

As reported by El Confidencial, the Sagardoy law firm was responsible for Twitter representation. The social network pressed the accelerator on staff reductions ahead of the start of the bill from February 1 when a large portion of employees must collect their stock options or share options and must receive their nicknames from Twitter.

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