Twitter hit by legal complaints from 100 former employees following Musk's layoffs

Twitter hit by legal complaints from 100 former employees following Musk's layoffs

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  • This is her story 02:39 Now playing - Source: CNN Business Zuckerberg critical of Apple and App Store practices 04:04 Now playing - Source: CNN Crypto's golden boy says he 'didn't ever try to commit fraud' 01:46 Now playing - Source: CNN Business Former top official at Twitter speaks out after working with Musk 02:53 Now playing - Source: CNN New York CNN — Twitter has been hit with allegations from 100 former employees affected by mass layoffs at the company, including that it unfairly laid off more women than men, terminated employees who were actively on medical or parental leave and reneged on promises related to severance pay.
  • The allegations were included as part of the former employees’ demands for arbitration against the company, according to a statement on Tuesday by attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan.
  • Another suit was filed by a group of former employees who accuse Twitter of breach of contract because it allegedly failed to follow through on promises to allow remote work and provide consistent severance benefits after the acquisition.
  • Twitter has denied the breach of contract allegations in the lawsuit brought by former employees about remote work and severance, and it has not responded to the claims in the three other suits.

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