Almost all of Twitter’s remaining workers have joined Blind, a professional network that allows workers to review anonymously the company where they work, after Elon Musk took over the social media platform, according to its co-founder, Kyum Kim.
In the past month alone, more than 1,400 Twitter employees joined Blind, bringing the total up to about 95% of the people who remain with Twitter after Musk ordered massive layoffs and staff cuts, Kim told Business Insider.
On Blind, users can write posts and upload a review of only the company where they work. Anonymous posters must provide a work email address, job title and employer when they join the site so their professional status can be gauged.
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