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Twitter asked its employees to work from home because of Coronavirus

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Twitter asked its employees to work from home

Twitter asked its employees to work from home because of Coronavirus fear around the world. Many companies are following the practice to avoid any spread of deadly Coronavirus. More details below on reason behind the Twitter work from home situation.

Twitter asked its employees to work from home

“We are strongly encouraging all employees globally to work from home if they’re able,” Twitter human resources chief Jennifer Christie said in a Monday blog post.

Saudi Gazette and Twitter, 2020

Google has also done a similar thing when their European headquarters in Ireland reported flu-like symptoms. Google’s Headquarters has around 8,000 staff and contractors in the capital city of Ireland.

“Our goal is to lower the probability of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus for us — and the world around us.”

Saudi Gazette and Twitter, 2020

Many other enterprises are asking their employees to not come to work if they are feeling any flu symptoms. Many companies are also sending employees home to work remotely.

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