He stated that employees must work at least 40 hours per week in the office a week ago.
After Elon Musk, founder and leader at companies like Tesla, SpaceX and Neuralink, assumed control, new details about Twitter have emerged.
Many sources reported that Elon Musk was panicked by recent events. He allowed employees to work remotely again, but there was an additional condition: the employees must make a significant contribution to the company’s development. Employees are required to meet with colleagues at least one time per month. He stated that employees must work at least 40 hours per week in the office.
After he issued an ultimatum to employees, prompting massive layoffs, Musk sent out another email clarifying his position on remote work: “Regarding remote work, all it takes to get approved is what your manager takes. take responsibility for making a big contribution.”
And 20 minutes after that email, he sent another, alerting managers to the new policy: “At the risk of stating the obvious, any manager who falsely claims that someone who reports to him is doing a great job, whether remote or No, he will be fired from the company.
Musk previously gave employees until Thursday night to complete a form to indicate whether they wanted to remain at the company and work hard to create Twitter 2.0 or if their desire to leave with three months’ severance.
Musk’s tough approach was so overwhelming that many employees decided to leave. Musk had expected to see more. One employee claimed that 75% of the 60 employees he had interviewed said they would be leaving.
Twitter managing editor Zoe Schiffer said, “Elon Musk and his team are scared that employees are going to sabotage the company. They are still trying to determine which Twitter employees they should lay off. Twitter offices will be closed from November 21st to this end.