Elon Musk's management of Twitter has resulted in high-profile departures and new rounds of layoffs.
A number of executives have left the social media platform in recent weeks, while new layoffs have been enacted in a push to slim down and rebalance teams.
The move is part of Musk's efforts to turn the troubled company around, but the latest moves have sparked concerns among industry analysts.
Since Musk took charge, Twitter has experienced several rounds of layoffs, with departures culminating in the resignation of the head of Twitter's French operations, Damien Viel.
Yoel Roth, head of trust and safety, and chief security officer Lea Kissner have also left.
A new wave of layoffs was announced by Musk over the weekend, described by some sources as a bid to rebalance teams — the exact number impacted by the latest round is unclear.
While Musk has received criticism for his management of the troubled platform, he has continued to make changes to the company, including the Red Team, designed to root out political bias, and reportedly calling for greater information sharing between social media companies.
However, others have been less optimistic, with commentators describing the situation as chaotic and expressing doubt over the company's future as Twitter continues to lose users.