A federal judge said on Friday that Twitter had breached contracts by neglecting to pay millions of dollars in incentives that the social media company—now known as X Corp—had promised its workers.
Before quitting Elon Musk‘s firm in May, Mark Schobinger served as Twitter’s senior director of pay. In June, he filed a lawsuit against the company, alleging breach of contract.
According to Schobinger’s lawsuit, Twitter guaranteed its staff 50% of their 2022 goal incentives both before and after the billionaire Musk purchased the company last year, but it never fulfilled this promise.
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