Twitter Staff in Ghana Receive Pay-Off


Sacked Twitter staff in Ghana finally get pay-off

After months of negotiations and advocacy, the former Twitter employees in Ghana who were let go during a company-wide reorganization have finally received their long overdue pay-off.

The staff, who were part of the social media giant’s content moderation team, were unexpectedly laid off last year as part of a restructuring effort. The move was met with widespread criticism and calls for fair compensation for the affected employees.

Following pressure from labor unions, government officials, and the public, Twitter has now agreed to provide a substantial severance package to the sacked staff in Ghana. This includes financial compensation, healthcare benefits, and job placement support.

The news has been welcomed by the former employees and their advocates, who had been fighting for justice and fair treatment since the layoffs took place. Many see this as a positive step towards better employment practices and worker rights in the tech industry.

Stay tuned for more updates on this story and other developments in the world of technology and labor rights.

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