A Twitter Engineer who was 8 months pregnant lost her job when Musk took over
- Twitter employee stated that it was a “bummer” for her to be laid off while eighteen months pregnant.
- The software engineer, who has been working at Twitter since 2019, said that she was proud to have been a “Tweep.”
- Malabika Das tweeted on the same day Elon Musk laid off approximately half of its workforce in November 4.
A Twitter engineer eight months pregnant stated that it was a “bummer” to lose her job in the mass layoffs by Elon Musk.
Malabika Das tweetedNovember 4, 2009: “Proud of’ve been a part of the #Tweeps community! In the three years that I spent here, I have made valuable connections, learned from very talented engineers, and met some amazing people. This was 8 months before I was due. Still, #LoveWhereYouWorked.”
—Malabika Das (@das_malabika) November 4, 2022
According to her LinkedIn profile the software engineer joined Twitter December 2019 in San Francisco.
Her tweet was sent on the same day as around 3,700 Twitter staff. told by emailThey were laid off.
Employees were told that they would be notified by email the day before if they lost their jobs. Some staff were not aware of this. lost access to company systemsThe night before.
It happened to a Twitter content manager who was eight months pregnant at the time. locked out of her company laptop.
Elon Musk issued an ultimatum to his remaining staff after the November 4 mass cuts. midnight emailThey were told to sign up for a “extremely tough” work culture or resign.
Insider requested comment from Twitter and Das, but they did not immediately reply.
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