Final Up to date: January 15, 2023, 08:50 IST
Elon Musk-owned Twitter is reportedly seeking to shed its co-working areas in Delhi and Mumbai after having already performed so in Bengaluru.
The method for vacating workplaces was initiated in December final 12 months, based on experiences citing sources.
Round 150 of the corporate’s staff work on the WeWork facility in Mumbai’s BKC, and 80 at The Govt Centre in Delhi’s Qutub space.
In response to the sources, the corporate has additionally given up co-working areas in Bengaluru, indicating that this was on account of international adjustments inside the firm.
Earlier this week, Musk, who did not pay the hire for Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, requested its remaining employees in Singapore to cease coming to workplace and work remotely as the corporate has reportedly did not pay the month-to-month hire.
In response to experiences, Twitter staff had been knowledgeable concerning the resolution by way of electronic mail, instructing them to go away the CapitaGreen constructing and do business from home.
Casey Newton of Platformer stated in a tweet on Thursday, “Twitter staff had been simply walked out of its Singapore workplace – its Asia-Pacific headquarters – over nonpayment of hire”.
“Landlords walked staff out of the constructing,” he posted.
Within the US, Twitter has been sued because it did not pay $136,250 hire for its workplace area in San Francisco.
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