March 5, 2024

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X in court for non-payment of bonuses to employees |  Internet

X in court for non-payment of bonuses to employees | Internet

Microblogging site A US judge ruled last Friday.

Former X employee Mark Schobinger sued the company in June for breach of contract. He claimed that Twitter promised its employees a bonus for 2022 if they stayed with the company, which was bought by billionaire Elon Musk around that time.

X tried to deny the claim, but to no avail. The judge ruled that the file and the complaint regarding breach of contract were justified. “Schobinger filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit under California law. He alleges that Twitter verbally promised to pay each employee a portion of this premium,” Judge Vince Chhabria wrote. “By refusing to pay the promised premium to Schobinger, Twitter breached the contract.”

The company can still appeal the ruling. Since Musk acquired the site, the site has faced many difficulties. For example, Europe is investigating online disinformation and hate, and there is an exodus of major advertisers. The value of

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