Wednesday, June 19, 2024
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According to a recent report, employees at Twitter have taken to bringing their own toilet paper to work after the company implemented cost-cutting measures. The measures, reportedly implemented by CEO Elon Musk, have allegedly resulted in a shortage of supplies in the restrooms at the social media giant’s offices. While it is not uncommon for companies to make budget cuts in an effort to increase profits, it seems that the decision to skimp on something as essential as toilet paper has caused frustration among Twitter’s workforce. It remains to be seen how the company will address the issue and whether the cost-cutting measures will continue to affect the daily lives of its employees.


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