After buying Twitter, Elon Musk trimmed the company’s top executives to small employees. About half of Twitter’s employees or about 3,700 staff have been fired. In such a situation, technology companies are trying to woo thousands of talented employees fired from Twitter.
Amanda Richardson, CEO of Recruitment at software startup CoderPad, has published an open letter to those leaving Twitter. “What they did after the takeover was ‘extremely disappointing, hurtful and discouraging’,” he said. At Coderpad, we believe your skill is everything.
Katie Burke, Chief People Officer of American software company Hubspot, has also expressed her displeasure over the layoffs done by Musk. On LinkedIn Post, Katie wrote, ‘Great leaders accept debate and disagreement makes you better and it is part of the process. If you want a place where you can disagree with people, HubSpot is hiring.