Tech billionaire Elon Musk has clarified his stance on the hotly debated topic of working from home culture. Musk took to Twitter to say workers who don’t want to come into the office should find new jobs.
A screenshot of an email allegedly sent by Elon Musk to his employees is making the rounds on Twitter.
The subject line of the email said “Remote work is no longer acceptable”.
Additionally, the body of the email read, “Anyone who wants to work remotely must be in the office for a minimum (and I mean *minimum*) of 40 hours per week or leave Tesla.”
The email also stated that exceptional cases must obtain permission from Musk himself if they do not wish to work from the office.
Additionally, the email emphasized that “the office should be a main Tesla office, not a remote branch unrelated to the duties of the position, such as being responsible for human relations at the Fremont factory, but having your office in another state”.
A Twitter user posted a screenshot of that email and asked Musk to take action on it. The Twitter user asked Musk what he thinks of people who think office work is “an outdated concept”.
Musk responded by saying these people should “pretend to work somewhere else.”
It should also be noted that Musk did not specify whether the screenshot is authentic or not.
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