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dated: 2022-11-19 18:40:41 .
Elon Musk at a Halloween party earlier this month. Taylor Hill/Getty Images
Twitter employees advise contributors to stop turning the situation into a game of me vs. them squid.
Employees were writing posts on Elon Musk’s Blind Friend anonymous forum until Thursday.
One said: “I just hate that he is the person who makes me feel like everything is a trap.”
Twitter officials urged colleagues who decide to quit not to turn the situation into an “us vs. them” game of squid after Elon Musk’s deadline on Thursday.
Employees used the Blind anonymous forum to air their grievances and ask colleagues to understand why they would choose to continue. Insiders searched the app and found numerous posts from Twitter employees.
One wrote: “I personally know a tweep whose husband is being treated for cancer. There is no way that person is going to go buy a house now, or have an H1B visa or other restrictive visas, or be strapped for cash helping relatives overseas, or just be afraid of what the market is like.”
“Everyone’s appetite for change and tolerance for risk is different. Let’s leave this to the people and not turn it into some kind of squid game between us and them,” the user added.
The official was referring to the Netflix drama, in which hundreds of penniless contestants accept invitations to participate in children’s games for a big cash prize, but will die if they fail.
This comes after Musk, who took over Twitter on October 27, sent an email to remaining employees overnight on Tuesday, telling them they had to log on to the “extremely hardcore” version of Twitter by Thursday afternoon. Those who did not were considered to have resigned.
Another employee posted on Blind: “Will they track how long it takes people to click? Is that a sign against anyone who clicks tomorrow instead of today? (“If you’re really hardened, there’s no point! Just click after reading your email.”) I’m out of here, so no personal concerns.”
“I just hate that he is the person who makes me feel like everything is a trap,” the post concluded.
Another blind user said he didn’t click on the link and was answering another user’s question about whether it was worth joining Twitter.
Twitter did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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Twitter workers are telling colleagues to stop turning the situation into a game of us vs. them squid.
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