Elon Musk bans remote work in Twitter and asks employees to return to the office

On Wednesday, Elon Musk announced the end of remote work at Twitter, Bloomberg reported.

Musk, who took over Twitter on October 27, first sent an email to his employees last Wednesday, according to Bloomberg, which reviewed the email.

The billionaire wrote in the email that employees will not be allowed to work remotely, as Twitter expected employees to stay in the office for at least 40 hours a week, unless Musk gives them consent to work elsewhere, according to the email.

Musk was preparing Twitter employees for “tough times ahead,” according to Bloomberg.

CEO Books Tesla And the SpaceX Also in the email that “there is no way to color the message” about the current economic climate and the impact this has on advertising-reliant Twitter, according to the website. interested in trade.

Days after Musk completed his deal with Twitter, employees noticed that the company’s “rest days”, implemented by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, had been removed from their calendars, sources told Reuters. from the inside.

While Dorsey encouraged employees to avoid burnout, other Musk companies such as SpaceX And the Tesla She works long hours.

The change in pace has already been demonstrated on Twitter after a photo was posted on the social media platform, showing a manager sleeping on the floor at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco last week.

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