An attorney who says she represents approximately one-third of all Twitter employees that were fired since Elon Musk bought the company late last year, told a federal court in a new filing that the company is not serious in its attempts to resolve worker disputes through private arbitration and is asking the court to halt that process.
Those workers say they are actually owed far more than what the new CEO has offered them, given what Twitter, as a corporation, had already agreed to pay prior to the Musk acquisition. That severance package was also to include bonuses, stock vesting and other benefits that could total tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars per employee…\
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