India wants to give jobs to Twitter’s laid-off employees
Koo is the biggest company in India. Elon Musk, the top billionaire, started laying off workers after buying Twitter. Workers have been laid off in many countries around the world. Indians are also among them. A country’s social media wants to give jobs to laid-off Indians. The name is Koo.
This Indian social media claims that they are the second largest in the world. And India’s number 1.
India’s Micro Blogging Platform Kard offers great deals for employees. In this situation, one of the biggest social giants in the world is running very slowly in India. However, India’s microblogging platform Koo wants to take big responsibility for this situation.
Many people are unemployed overnight after going to Twitter. In this situation, Kuu wants to stand by the workers who go to work on Twitter. Not only that, these workers have already been offered to join this micro-blogging platform in India.
Mayank Bidawatka, the co-founder of Kuu, made this offer to Twitter employees. They also posted about it on Twitter and their own micro-blogging platform. Mayank Bidawatkar’s post last Friday also mentioned giving jobs to former Twitter employees.
Mayank Vidawatka tweeted, ‘#RIP. We’re looking to hire some ex-Twitter employees, he said. Not only that, but it is an important decision for the future.
Kuu is India’s microblogging platform. This company started its journey three years ago. Koo already has more than five crore users. Kuu has gained a lot of users in India during Corona. Users are believed to have increased due to the emphasis on regional languages. Indian central government ministers also use this platform.
Elon Musk bought Twitter last month for $4,400 million
Twitter then laid off nearly half of its workforce (3,700). Many employees left Twitter last Thursday. Several users have also reported problems using Twitter following the departure of key employees from Twitter. Website watcher Site Down Detector highlights the issue. A chart related to this has been shared by many people on Twitter.
Elon Musk stipulates that those who are willing to work hard at Twitter can stay here. If not, he set a deadline to say goodbye by five o’clock on Thursday. But many chose to say goodbye to Twitter without accepting the conditions of the mask. Presently Many former Twitter employees now fear because of Twitter will have trouble staying online with fewer employees.
When people heard this news on Thursday night and Friday morning, many thought that Twitter’s days were over. Some started tweeting what they thought was his last tweet on Twitter.
With the news of the staff leaving Twitter, many people went to the site to see if Twitter was shut down or not. Some tweet their followers’ last tweets on Twitter and post links to follow them on other platforms. The ‘Reip Twitter’ trend started on Twitter.