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Tech companies are offering jobs to all employees of Twitter

Tech companies are offering jobs to all employees of Twitter

Tech companies are offering jobs to all employees of Twitter

Tech companies are offering jobs to all employees of Twitter

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  • HubSpot, CoderPad, and Calix have the most job openings.
  • People are worried that Twitter is losing important staff
  • Meta and Amazon have also laid off many people in recent weeks due to the downturn.
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Don’t like working for Elon Musk? Then come work for us! Top tech companies with huge talent shortages are using this pitch to get former Twitter employees to work for them and promise them a stable career, something Musk has clearly failed to do. As Elon Musk keeps firing people, most Twitter employees have started to take up the offer. HubSpot, CoderPad, and Calix have the most job openings. These companies are actively trying to get Twitter employees to leave, and it’s happening very quickly.

After Musk’s rocky takeover of Twitter, top executives were fired, and a lot of jobs were cut with only a little warning. About 3,700 people, or about half of the work force, have been let go. Hundreds more people are said to have quit because of his big changes. The head of French operations was the most recent high-level manager to leave on Monday.

These companies are now trying to hire experienced engineers by making them think that their job is over and that it’s only a matter of time before Musk fires them too.

Katie Burke, who is in charge of people at the US software company HubSpot, criticized Musk after hearing that he had fired a group of employees who had criticized him on the company’s internal Slack channels. In a blog post, she wrote about how HubSpot respects different points of view.

“This morning, Twitter fired people for criticizing management on Slack.”

“Last week, an engineer at HubSpot criticized our executive team on something.” We thanked them, asked them to pull together a document proposing solutions, and I apologized for one particular thing I think I particularly messed up.

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She was pretty vocal about Musk’s actions and openly criticized them. At the end of her post, she also subtly reminded everyone that HubSpot is hiring, sending a direct message to Twitter employees that they should quit their jobs and come work at HubSpot. She typed;

“As a leader, getting criticized is part of your job.” Great leaders recognize that debate and disagreement make you better and are part of the process. “If you want a place where you can disagree (in a kind, clear manner, of course) with people, HubSpot is hiring.”

The post went viral on LinkedIn and had almost 40,000 likes as of Thursday. Twitter and Musk did not answer questions about what they thought. HubSpot isn’t the only company that does things this way.

Amanda Richardson, who runs the software company CoderPad, wrote an open letter to people who were leaving Twitter. Richardson said that Musk’s takeover had been a “shitshow” and pointed to his initial ban on working from home. “terribly frustrating, depressing, and

“At CoderPad, we believe your skills say it all. not where you sit. Not if you sleep at work. “I’m not working seven days a week for 18 hours a day.”

In the past few weeks, other big tech companies in the US, like Meta and Amazon, have also let go of a lot of workers because of the uncertain economy.

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However, the public’s criticism of Musk demonstrates how desperately some industries require highly skilled digital workers.According to a recent report from the market research firm Gartner, the market for technical talent has become “hyper-competitive” because of high turnover rates and a large number of digitalization projects in both business and government.

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People are worried that Twitter is losing important staff because of mass layoffs and public resignations. They are also worried that the social media “town square” could have technical problems.

Also, Michael Weening, the CEO of Calix, wrote a similar post on LinkedIn about the company’s culture and how much the new employees would enjoy it. Calix is an American company that offers software platforms and cloud services. Also this month, a million Twitter users deleted their accounts after Musk bought the company. At the same time, a million people joined Twitter’s alternative, Hive. Musk and Twitter have yet to acknowledge and talk about what’s been going on.

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