Twitter has met a Thursday deadline to reply to France’s communications regulator about whether or not the corporate can meet its authorized obligations, a spokesperson for the regulator mentioned.
Arcom despatched a letter on Monday to Twitter asking if it may meet its authorized obligation to assure clear data regardless of steep job cuts on the agency.
“Twitter responded to our letter,” the spokesperson for Arcom mentioned. “We will analyse their response. The dialogue is continuing.”
Just a few days again, it was reported that Twitter’s head of French operations, Damien Viel, mentioned he was quitting the social media platform, whose new proprietor Elon Musk just lately fired prime executives and enforced steep job cuts on the firm.
“It’s over,” Viel tweeted on Sunday, thanking his group in France, which he led for the final seven years.
Viel confirmed he was leaving Twitter in a separate message to Reuters.
He did not elaborate on the circumstances of his departure and declined to say how many individuals Twitter employed in France both earlier than or after Musk‘s takeover of the corporate final month.
Labour legal guidelines in France forestall firms from firing everlasting workers in a single day. France-based firms have to formally inform employees they goal to dismiss about their plans forward of time, sometimes by way of a letter with acknowledgement of receipt.
They even have to respect sure discover durations, relying on the character of the dismissal and the seniority of the employees.
For dismissals affecting a number of workers inside 30 days, firms should additionally observe sure procedures, which entail informing employees, employees representatives and the ministry of labour.
This means the entire course of takes at the least a number of weeks and up to a number of months.
A spokesperson for Twitter in France hasn’t replied to messages in search of remark since Musk’s takeover in October.
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