On Friday, she posted the following tweet: “My Twitter journey has come to an end, I got laid off while I’m 6 months pregnant. It has been a pleasure to work with all of you. I’m very thankful to lead such an amazing DS team, it’s been a fun ride. #LoveWhereYouWorked.”
“Undeniably, prejudice exists in this setting. That’s why I’ve decided to go to war. Previous but not least, Lu said, “See you in the court. My performance has been on track (top 30%) for the last quarter, and I know for a fact that other male managers don’t have this rating got stayed.”
The author is Lu Shennan (@lu_shennan). It’s November 4th, 2022.
Elon Musk’s decision to eliminate half of Twitter’s staff has an impact on more than only Lu, who is pregnant. On Thursday night, an eight-months-pregnant lady found herself locked out of her work laptop and faced the harsh reality that she, too, had been terminated.
Five departing workers have launched a class action complaint, claiming that the company’s plans to lay off employees are illegal under state and federal law.
The lawsuit seeks an order from the court compelling Twitter to comply with the WARN Act and prohibiting the company from requiring employees to relinquish their participation in the dispute.
When a company is losing more than $4 million each day, there is regrettably no choice regarding Twitter’s reduction in staff, Musk wrote in a tweet that everyone who was let go received a 3-month severance package, which is 50% more than what was legally required.