Elon Musk called ‘unapproachable tyrant’ in Tesla Employee Survey

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Shortly after Elon Musk officially bought Twitter for $44 billion on October 27, the Tesla (TSLA) – Get a free report The CEO took the company private and began cutting staff.

He fired Twitter’s CEO, CFO and other executives. His vision for the company included a much smaller workforce, so mass layoffs began. About 3,700 people were laid off, about half of the company’s employees.

Many Twitter employees found out that their jobs had gone unceremoniously. Some simply couldn’t log into their laptops, while others got the news because they lost access to their Slack accounts.

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