Acquisitions are sometimes messy, especially, and when Microsoft is the buyer. Last year’s $1.2 billion acquisition by the software giant of the social enterprise and collaboration software company Yammer is turning out to be no exception.
There have been layoffs and changes in the reporting structure of Yammer’s marketing department, according to reports in TechCrunch and Business Insider. Neither are sitting well with remaining Yammer employees.
Cue Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, whose company had who several times came under sometimes humorous, sometimes withering criticism from Yammer before the acquisition. His reaction to the reports? He invited laid off Yammer workers to send him their resumes and maybe come work form.
And of course he did it via Twitter.
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