According to Bloomberg, Elon Musk declared on Wednesday that Twitter will no longer allow remote work.
The email was examined by Bloomberg where Musk, who took over Twitter on October 27, sent an email to his staff for the first time on Wednesday.
Employees wouldn’t be allowed to work remotely any more, the billionaire stated in the email. According to the email, Twitter required employees to work a minimum of 40 hours a week in the office unless Musk granted permission for them to work remotely.
Employees discovered that the “days of rest” created by Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey had been deleted from their schedules a few days after Musk signed his contract with the business. This move comes after Twitter laid off a large number of employees.
While Dorsey urged employees to prevent burnout, Musk’s other businesses, including SpaceX and Tesla, are notorious for having long work days. Whether employees like these decisions or not, only time will tell.
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