Elon Musk Fires Twitter Janitors, Reportedly Forcing Staff To Bring Own Toilet Paper

Twitter CEO Elon Musk is chopping prices at his struggling new company proper to the bone, even firing janitors, which is reportedly forcing some staffers to usher in their very own rest room paper.

Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters — and the company’s Seattle office — are getting smelly and gross after Musk boasted that he’s “cutting costs like crazy.”

Workers now jammed onto two flooring at Twitter headquarters after 4 different flooring have been shut down and moldy takeout meals aren’t serving to.

“The smell of leftover takeout food and body odor has lingered on the floors … bathrooms have grown dirty” and with janitors gone some “workers have resorted to bringing their own rolls of toilet paper from home,” The New York Times reported Thursday, citing accounts from staff.

Musk all of a sudden canceled janitorial companies early this month on the headquarters, NBC News reported. Janitors mentioned they have been locked out with no warning simply weeks earlier than the vacations after they’d sought higher wages, and the company terminated a cleaning contract.

One janitor, who instructed the BBC that he had labored at Twitter for 10 years, mentioned he was told by Musk’s team that finally his job wouldn’t even exist as a result of robots would substitute human cleaners.

But the robots haven’t proven up but.

While the janitorial cuts could also be most dramatically impacting remaining staff simply now, Musk has additionally shut down servers working a essential knowledge middle in Sacramento, in keeping with the Times. Twitter has additionally reportedly merely stopped paying tens of millions of {dollars} in hire and for numerous companies.

Musk was apparently compelled to take drastic motion to save lots of the struggling operation. He described the company in a Dec. 20 Twitter Spaces discuss as “basically … a plane that is headed toward the ground at high speed with the engines on fire and the controls don’t work.”

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