Latest Victim of Twitter Layoffs Esther Crawford

Latest Victim of Twitter Layoffs Esther Crawford

Demonstrating no sign of reluctance, even Esther Crawford, the chief executive of Twitter payments and one of the hard-core loyal employees of the micro-blogging giant, was not even spared from the layoff storm. Consequently, again the latest victim of Twitter layoffs Esther Crawford who worked as Product Manager.

Latest Victim of Twitter Layoffs Esther Crawford

Slashing the workforce is the wave that shows no signs of easing, as Twitter laid-off employees from its team on Saturday and the number for this cut down seems to have reached approximately 50.

Hearing that the Twitter layoffs last night were well above 50 and hit multiple departments including engineering. If you know more, get in touch,” tweets Platformer’s managing editor Zoe Schiffer

In the virtue of unfair mass layoffs, as it’s been the fourth time since Musk took the throne and stated that the company was done with layoffs, Twitter reportedly has also fired its product manager Esther Crawford.

To introduce to our readers that Crawford was the head of multiple projects for Twitter which also included the revenue generator Twitter’s Blue with verification subscription and the forthcoming payments platform. The light of Crawford’s prominence and loyalty towards her job reflects from her tweet in November, “When your team is pushing round the clock to make deadlines sometimes you #SleepWhereYouWork” Esther was one of the most notable faces at Twitter 2.0 administered on its upcoming payments platform.

Twitter last year also announced its plans to shut down its newsletter platform Revue from January 18th 2023, which now seems to entail the dismissal of Revue founder Martijn de Kuijper as suggested by his tweet on 26th Feb 2023 (Sunday).

Musk holds a reputation for committing to promises he cannot keep. And just like he promised no more layoffs to be laid off, since he took over Twitter, we believe that more than 70 percent of its full-time staff have been shown the doors. As a result, the company’s daily revenue was reportedly 40 percent down year-over-year.

The agitation is no less to say, as on Feb 8, Twitter encountered a technical error that obstructed Twitter users across North America from sending messages, with a message saying that they were “over the daily limit for sending tweets.” The company’s financial condition shows no improvements and the movements around the self-described “free-speech absolutist”, Musk’s platform to curb its losses, seem not to generate revenue but trolls, rather.

After Musk’s takeover, Crawford was given a more significant role. “Drastic cuts were going to be required to survive, no matter who owned the company.”, she said over the Slack channel after witnessing the massive layoffs last year. To its recklessness, Musk has still not given any comments over the layoff last weekend other than this tweet, “Hope you have a good Sunday. First day of the rest of your life.

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Despite the billionaire’s attempts to preserve revenue, unjustified layoffs hit the majority hard. We would look forward to your views on this mass cutdown going around and the hard fact that Twitter sees no more Esther Crawford.

Source: Twitter User

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