To set the record straight, Elon Musk has set a company-wide town hall during which he will directly address Twitter employees for the first time since he launched his $44 billion bid to take over the social media platform.
A Monday email from Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal revealed that the virtual meeting would take place on Thursday.
Before the meeting, it was learned that all workers were allowed to submit questions to Twitter’s potential new owner in the days leading up to the sit-down.
In April, Twitter revealed that it had agreed to sell to Musk at $54.20 per share, making him the platform’s new owner, pending regulatory approval by shareholders.
The pending takeover of the company by Musk caused concern to some of the Twitter employees, who described Musk as having a wild behavior that could destabilize the social media company.
Some workers added that his core values could also cause a shift in workplace culture.