elon musk receives mass resignation from x employees; here’s why
Elon Musk — the founder, chairman, CEO and chief technology officer of SpaceX; the CEO, product architect and former chairman of Tesla, the founder of the Boring Company and xAI; the co-founder of Neuralink and OpenAI; the president of the Musk Foundation; and the owner, chairman and CTO of X Corp (previously Twitter) — has been making headlines in recent days.
Elon Musk is struggling to keep up with the workflow at X. He is facing a lot of difficulties managing work at X. The owner of X is already facing backlash from advertisers for his critical social media posts. Amid all the problems, Elon Musk received mass resignations from X employees.
Elon Musk Receives Mass Resignation From X Employees
Various senior and junior employees at X corporation are resigning from their positions. Elon Musk has been receiving mass resignations from various X employees.
According to a report by Claire Atkinson, Elon Musk’s leadership of X, previously Twitter, has been affected due to a recent wave of resignations from senior and junior sales employees.
Despite receiving bonus checks, many employees have chosen to leave the Elon Musk-led company. They are reportedly not happy at X.
The social media company is currently operating with a minimal workforce in its office. The advertising division of the company is also experiencing heavy financial losses.
After taking over X, Elon Musk fired thousands of employees. The first mass layoffs at Elon Musk’s X occurred last year in October. The mass resignations occurred at the start of 2023.
Recently, various sales employees resigned from their post. The company received mass resignations from various X employees.
Recently, Elon Musk called advertisers who suspended their advertising on X as blackmailers. During his conversation with The New York Times at DealBook Summit, he said, “If somebody’s going to try to blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f**k yourself. Is that clear?”
Last week, Elon Musk called the Swedish workers’ strike “insane.” Tesla workers in Sweden said that they had “lower wages” and complained that they do not have the same insurance as other industry workers. Elon Musk slammed the workers’ strike and wrote on X, “This is insane.”