SpaceX tech billionaire Elon Musk has fired several employees who wrote a letter critical of the company’s president’s public behavior.
A “small group” of employees tried to collect signatures from their colleagues on the letter, SpaceX COO Gwen Shotwell wrote in an email to employees seen by AFP on Friday. This action caused some employees to feel uncomfortable.
Shotwell wrote that many employees felt uncomfortable, intimidated, intimidated, and/or disturbed by the behavior of their colleagues because the letter pressured them to sign something that did not reflect their views.
SpaceX has launched an investigation into the case, according to Shotwell. No information was provided on the exact number of employees participating in the campaign.
The Verge was the first to post this message. SpaceX employees criticized Musk’s public appearance and also pointed to allegations of mistreatment against the company’s president. (sda/afp)
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