TikTok’s Russian office has reduced the number of its employees. The number of employees is well below 500 and the number of unaffected employees is well over 10. They can be relocated to Dubai. Forbes writes about it.
After the start of the special operation in March 2022, TikTok announced that it would stop live streaming in Russia and ban Russian users from posting new videos. The Moscow division was involved in the development of the social network in Eastern Europe.
Employees were also offered to move to Kazakhstan, where TikTok has had an office since October. “But the salaries there would correspond to the income level of the country. There weren’t many people who wanted it,” says the source.
“We deeply appreciate these employees and their contribution to the development of the platform, and we guarantee their support during this difficult time. We will continue to assess the situation in Russia in order to make a decision on the safe resumption of a full service,” the TikTok press service in Russia said.
Previously, TikTok started testing mini-games. Your list appears during the video post. We talk about it in more detail here.