Twitter has directed over 5,000 of its representatives to work from home. The San Francisco-based social media titan has announced it was going out of “caution” and utmost dedication to keeping its agents well. ”
Beginning today, we are actively supporting all operators globally to work from home if they’re ready. Our goal is to lower the possibility of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus for us – and the world around us,” Twitter stated. The company is also guaranteeing that internal agreement and important responsibilities are optimised for remote support.The company has, nevertheless, explained those who can’t work from home can come to services. “We realise that working from residence is not ideal for some job duties. For those workers who favour or need to come into the duties, they will remain open for business,” Twitter said.
Working from home will also be necessary for employees based in our Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea offices due to power restrictions in these countries. “Our criteria will evolve as we get more information, and we will communicate to affect Tweeps as appropriate,” Twitter said.
The world’s three richest personalities — Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos, Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates and LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault — incurred the biggest declines, with their connected wealth losing about $30 billion. Elon Musk, the world’s 25th-richest person, rang up the fourth-largest weekly loss — $9 billion — as shares of his Tesla Inc. slid after a sheer rise to begin the year. He’s still up $8.8 billion in 2020 and has a net worth of $36.3 billion.
About 80% of billionaires on Bloomberg’s assets ranking are now in the red this time, including those whose trades have been cleaned up in the global scene. Carnival Corp. Chairman Micky Arison lost $1 billion this week as the world’s largest cruise-line operator held tourists aboard one of its ships in Japan, where at least five passengers have died.