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Twitter reportedly asks some disengaged workers to return



Twitter has reportedly reached out to some staff to return to their positions days after they were laid off by the new owners of the microblogging platform.

Tesla Chief, Elon Musk, had sacked 3,700 Twitter staff since he completed a $44 billion deal for the takeover of the social media platform last week.

The South Africa-born billionaire defended the job cut in the organization last Friday.

READ ALSO: Ex-Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey begs staff after mass layoff by new owner

In a tweet carried by several media platforms, the world’s richest man claimed Twitter was losing $4 million per day due to poor services.

Multiple sources told Bloomberg on Monday that the company asked some of the sacked staff if were willing to return to work as they had been sacked “by mistake.”

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