'Built on fear' | TikTok's brand power is luring talent, but 'toxic' culture could be forcing them out

TikTok's brand power is luring talent, but 'toxic' culture could be forcing them out

Toxic atmosphere, burnout and a culture “built on fear” is causing huge rifts between TikTok’s owners and its UK workforce, according to new reports.

The Financial Times (FT) has reported that trouble is brewing at the London offices of the social media behemoth, which launched the UK arm of its e-commerce platform TikTok shop in October 2021. Reports have suggested that half of the original workforce which launched the venture have left the company in the months since.

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