US media: Twitter employees’ year-end bonus may be halved


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 Titanium Media App reported on August 20, according to the "New York Times" report on August 19, social media Twitter said to its employees that in view of the company's financial performance, their year-end bonus may be halved.    Two Twitter employees who spoke on the condition of anonymity said they received an email from Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal on Friday saying that year-end bonuses may be reduced.    According to reports, that number may change depending on earnings. According to the current bonus pool, 50% of the year-end bonus will be issued on the premise that the company's financial goals are met. That number could fluctuate throughout the year based on Twitter's earnings. The company ties its annual bonus to the company's financial performance.

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