Employees will no longer get free food in Twitter, will have to work 80 hours a week
Elon Musk has taken many big decisions continuously after taking over the command of Twitter. This has had a big impact on the users of Twitter as well as the employees.
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Elon Musk After taking over the command of Twitter, he has taken many big decisions continuously. its Twitter There has been a big impact on the users as well as the employees. Elon Musk held a meeting with employees at Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco on Thursday. this two weeks ago Social Media This was his first meeting with the employees after taking over the reins of the company.
Work from home is now over in Twitter
After taking over Twitter under a $44 billion deal, Musk removed the top leadership of the giant tech company. He has laid off about 3,700 employees by sacking CEO Parag Agarwal. Apart from this, Musk has also asked the rest of the team members to reduce completely back to the office. About two years ago, during the pandemic, Twitter implemented a permanent work from home policy. Musk has now put an end to it.
The tech billionaire and new owner of Twitter answered many questions from the company’s employees during the meeting on Thursday. Hours before this, he sent an email to the entire company, warning employees about the difficult times ahead. Employees were asked to spend 40 hours in the office. He has also warned about the difficult times ahead in the meeting. He has asked the employees to be ready to spend 80 hours in the office in a week. Musk has asked employees to expect even less benefits such as free meals.
Musk looked annoyed at this question
According to reports, during the meeting, most of the questions have been asked regarding the recent retrenchment of employees. But an employee asked Musk why he ended remote work. Musk showed some displeasure on this question and he said that the company will work in this way in future. Saying this, he silenced the woman who asked the question.
Let us tell you that after completing the deal, the company’s new boss Elon Musk took several big decisions one after the other which affected the functioning of microblogging platform Twitter and that too when Twitter has millions of active users daily.