Elon Musk, the world’s richest man and the new CEO of Twitter, has understood his mistake. Through a tweet, he accepted his mistake and said that the decision to layoff the employees of the microblogging website was his biggest mistake.
Elon Musk posted a picture of himself with two people on Twitter. Musk wrote, ‘Welcome back Ligma and Johnson. Let us tell you that soon after the arrival of the new CEO Elon Musk, the microblogging site Twitter fired a large number of people.
Elon Musk, the world’s richest man and the new CEO of Twitter, has understood his mistake. Through a tweet, he accepted his mistake and said that the decision to lay off the employees of the microblogging website was his biggest mistake.
Musk said in the tweet, ‘ It is necessary to admit when I made a mistake. Retrenchment of employees is one of my big mistakes.
Important to admit when I’m wrong & firing them was truly one of my biggest mistakes
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 15, 2022
From the tweeted picture, it appears that Musk has hired back two of his old employees. Recognising his mistake, Musk has welcomed both the employees, Ligma and Johnson, back on the platform. Musk said in the tweet, ‘Welcome to Sigma and Johnson.
It is noteworthy that after the layoffs, he realised his mistake and Musk urged many employees to come back to Twitter. In this sequence, Elon Musk has said that it was wrong to remove Rahul Ligma and Daniel Johnson, now they have been brought back.
Twitter had about 7,500 employees, half of which were fired by the new CEO. About half of these have been thrown out. First of all, Musk fired three senior executives including CEO Parag Agarwal as soon as he arrived. Apart from this, all the directors of the board were also removed.