Twitter now has just five workers in its Spanish subsidiary after applying an employment regulation plan to 24 of the 29 employees it had in Madrid, according to information provided by “El Confidencial”.

This expedient will become effective on February 8 and for each of the 24 workers now made redundant, the compensation setting of 33 days per year worked will apply, compared to the 20 days that Twitter initially intended.

These five workers who will remain at Twitter in Spain will be focused on sales and the business of the social network.

The decision to cut more than 80% of the team that Twitter had in Spain comes three and a half months after Elon Musk started a global redundancy plan, something that has already affected thousands of social network workers across the country. world.

Moreover, other technological giants also bet on a cut in workers to reduce expenses.


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