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Twitter Employees Suffering From Loss of Janitors

Office employees have resorted to bringing their own toilet paper to work.

January 9, 2023

Twitter has suffered the consequences of letting janitorial staff go at its San Francisco headquarters, as well as its New York City (NYC) office.

Twitter owner Elon Musk terminated the contract for janitorial services at the San Francisco offices the during the first week of December 2022. According to The New York Times, that action forced Twitter office employees to bring their own toilet paper to work, as they dealt with dirty bathrooms and endured the stench of rotting takeout food and body odor.

A similar story is currently playing out at Twitter’s NYC location, where, according to Business Insider, the facility is facing the outcome of terminated maintenance services. Toilets have become clogged, restroom odors have crept into workspaces, and toilet paper is no longer in stock. Employees there reported that morale at the company, already low, has taken a deeper dive due to the unclean conditions.

While a new facility maintenance team was hired last month by Twitter for its headquarters, according to Business Insider sources, as of January 5, no new janitorial services had yet been established for the NYC office.

Management at Twitter did not respond to a request for comment.

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