'Round these parts I would think he kept those employees hostage, as they need to remain employed or else they get deportedWhat he did, from the looks of it, is he fired most of the superfluous "management" staff and kept the (coding) core. Good.
also, this was ironic to say the least. #staywoke t-shirts coming out of the closet at twitters HQ
'Round these parts I would think he kept those employees hostage, as they need to remain employed or else they get deported
I think you're fundamentally misunderstanding the H1b Visa process in the US.Yeah, I very much doubt that the folks in the picture can't find employment anywhere else in the meantime, even in the direct vicinity of the alleged "twitter work-hellscape" m8 . Given the fact that you know... they're highly educated/prolific coders/employers at one of the biggest and most influential social media networks in the world..
So unless you're being ironic (which you know, jokes on me for not picking that up, fair play ) I think the alleged slave-victim narrative you're sketching here is completely contrived.
No problem, glad that we were able to clear up that misconception.Hm interresting. No I didn't know that, The work- Visa procedure in NL works differently, less restrictive at least judging by my father in law's procedure here.
It, from the salary strokes I have seen however doesn't look like their 1 underpayed and recieve royal compesation and even benefits (concerning potential re-application elsewhere) and 2 as for finding potential sponsors: You are talking about a highly educated speciality occupation work force here. Around the globe, so not just the US there's plenty of job oppertunities.
So again, I find the image you sketch here that Musk is holding these people "hostage" as "slaves" with their pasports locked away like some sort of Abudabi overlord till their visa expires an extremely contrived one. If that genuinly was his overal modus operandi as a CEO we would have heard stories of that pop up all over Tesla and Space X (much more risky enterprises) which doesn't seem to be the case.
Also: if what you're telling me is indeed true it certainly makes the idea of encouraging (mass) immigration to the US a rather double edged/dubious one from a liberal perspective at least..seen as how easy this can potentially be taken advantage off.
Well... yeah, German labor laws are no joke. They are partly the reason Walmart failed when it tried cracking the German market.
Petrol all the way. Looking at Alfa Romeo Guiliettas with a 1.4 petrol engine with 170 horses mostly. That car really appeals to me, it's gorgeous and sure does pack a punch. Practicality-wise, could be better but honestly almost never have a full car. Maybe once or twice a year when I travel, but I don't think I need a bigger car.That's very exciting. Are you getting new, or used? gas, or electric?!
nice!Petrol all the way. Looking at Alfa Romeo Guiliettas with a 1.4 petrol engine with 170 horses mostly. That car really appeals to me, it's gorgeous and sure does pack a punch. Practicality-wise, could be better but honestly almost never have a full car. Maybe once or twice a year when I travel, but I don't think I need a bigger car.
Unfortunately, my all-online bank has a stupid bug which doesn't let me continue with the loan application...idiots.
Honestly been thinking about doing this on my own already, but gonna wait for the bank's response. They said 3-5 days (including weekends) so that should mean I might get a response tomorrow. Honestly disappointed in my bank, but switching etc. is a hassle.nice!
and oh boy (about the loan application). I had something similar happen, and the credit union said to withdraw the application and start a new one. :/
yeah, in my case my previous phone was about to crap out, so I needed to replace it asap. Got good trade-in value from Samsung as well and a bunch of extra goodies/Samsung Care+Exactly why I've been saving cash for a couple of months. Now I got enough to pay it in full.