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Big changes and employee shakeup at Twitter


Interesting article:

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Only hours after officially taking over Twitter, Elon Musk has taken action on firing underperforming employees. After reviewing the metrics on individual employee productivity, Musk abruptly fired 3,200 Twitter team members and replaced them with Amar.

"Amar is a hardworking immigrant from India who can easily do the work of 3,200 Silicon Valley millennials," said Musk. "Once we filtered out all the breaks for meditation, wine-on-tap, matcha sipping, shuffleboard, and corn-hole, we discovered that these employees could all be replaced with Amar, who will outperform all 3,200 of these employees by at least 9%."

Amar's resume includes a steady stream of success at several call centers in Mumbai, and since his start date on Monday, he has already outworked 2,973 of the employees in weekly productivity. Sources say he works 18 hours per day, sleeps at the office, and takes baths in the bathroom sink, all of which he says are much better working conditions than where he came from.


https://babylonbee.com/news/elon-to-replace-3200-twitter-employees-with-one-hardworking-immigrant-from-india

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I saw a photo of the two shits he fired that were top dogs in this company. Both were Indian. Nobody wants to admit this, but one of the most racist countries in the world is India. I'm actually surprised they didn't get rid of all the non-indian employees and switch them out for Indian ones like some of the smaller, Indian-run software companies have. I remember seeing the glasses man shitting bricks on stage and panicking in a leaked seminar video after the 2016 election, horrified that his least-favorite horse won the presidential race. They're not joking when they say the fish rots from the head down. The Indian woman with him was responsible for banning Trump permanently from Twatter. I'd say karma came to kick her in the ass too.

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I'm sure karma also wrote her and the ex-CEO a nice fat check on their way out, and they were both quite wealthy to begin with.

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I studied Anthropology in college a few years ago. It says 3 major factors in society are Power, Wealth, and Prestige. Very few people have all 3. In this case, those two had Power, Wealth, and Prestige among their peers at Twatter, but Wealth means nothing if you don't have the other two, and Elon Musk took both away when he fired their sorry asses.

So they can boast being wealthy (which can disappear fast if you don't have an income and spend it all), but they don't have the power to run that company anymore, and they've had their reputations ruined now that people know who they are and what petty things those two shits did while at their jobs. The only way they're gonna be able to save face is if they hide for a while, let the public forget; and either go to some other social media platform, or start up their own and be king and queen in that tiny area.

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They hold the right views, they are the right color and they were wronged by an evil white man. The woke corporate world will welcome them as heroes.

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The corporate world is starting to move away from "woke," now that they're finally realizing it's not profitable. However, we're not gonna see the results of that until 5 years from now. And being lauded as heroes by the woke crowd isn't really an achievement in my opinion. The people who adopt such an ideology are weak-minded and fickle, and will drop it as soon as a new societal trend shows up.

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"They took our jobs!"

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