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Twitter negotiates severance compensation with laid-off Africa crew, avoids a lawsuit

Twitter negotiates severance compensation with laid-off Africa crew, avoids a lawsuit

Twitter negotiates severance compensation with laid-off Africa crew, avoids a lawsuit.

CNN’s investigation prompted Twitter to concede to demands from departing workers at its Africa branch in Ghana for new terms of separation and severance compensation.

Ex-workers at the headquarters have accused the platform of breaching Ghanaian laws by denying them the same severance pay and other benefits that other laid-off Twitter employees would get.
As opposed to what was promised to Twitter’s global staff before the layoff after Elon Musk’s acquisition, this is a major change. However, many of these formerly employed individuals allege there was no such agreement on severance compensation for the Ghana-based staff and accuse Twitter of bias in this regard.

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