EU Commission to hire redundant Big Tech workers for DSA enforcement

18/01/2023 | Politico

The European Commission is planning to recruit employees affected by Big Tech redundancies in an effort to beef up enforcement of the EU Digital Services Act. European Commission Director-General of the Joint Research Centre Stephen Quest said that "the door is open" to former workers of Twitter, Meta and other companies on the wrong end of recent cutbacks. However, the commission will face recruitment challenges when it comes to offering competitive wages along with the threat of prospective hires moving back to the private sector.

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