Just a month after Twitter’s new CEO, Elon Musk, oversaw massive staff layoffs, former Twitter employees have announced that they’re filing suit over the company’s severance policies. In a press conference with their lawyer Lisa Bloom, former employees Helen-Sage Lee, Adrian Trejo Nuñez, and Amir Shevat alleged that the company’s handling of their termination constituted a breach of contract, and a violation of California’s Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.
It might only be a handful former employees now, but Twitter could soon be inundated with similar cases and be forced to pay legal fees running into millions of dollars. Rafael Nendel‑Flores, a California-based employment lawyer, says the legal
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