A Twitter executive obtains court injunction to stop Elon Musk from firing her

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Sinead McSweeney, Twitter’s Ireland-based world VP of public coverage, secured a short-term injunction from the High Court of Dublin to prevent her from getting fired, according to a report from The Irish Times. McSweeney claims she was locked out of her work accounts and Twitter’s Dublin workplace after not responding to the e-mail Elon Musk sent to employees, which asked them to reply “yes” to commit to Twitter’s “extremely hardcore” culture, or in any other case leave.

Musk despatched out the e-mail shortly after his Twitter takeover on November 16, and gave employees a little over a day to affirm whether or not they wished to keep on the firm. If a worker didn’t click on “yes” on the shape included within the e-mail, Twitter stated it will “treat that as a resignation,” and then provide two months’ worth of payroll with benefits, along with one month of severance pay.

But McSweeney says she didn’t hit “yes.” According to The Times, McSweeney never replied to the email because it didn’t outline Musk’s expectations for employees who decided to stay, and the severance package didn’t meet her “contractual entitlements.” McSweeney later received an email confirming her “voluntary resignation” on November 18th.

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