Elon Musk is an employee of office work, and given the amount of time he spends in the companies he runs, this is also the reason why he gave up all the homes he owned. A little sad is that his vision is similar for his subordinates, whom he threatened in a very aggressive way.
In the context of the pandemic, many companies have accepted that subordinate employees can also work from home, especially if they had a job that involved a record number of hours spent in front of the computer. In most parts of the world, however, the pandemic is over, and it should come as no surprise that employers want their people back in the office. Elon Musk is one of the most vocal directors flirting with this scale of values.
Elon Musk is ready to fire people if they don’t come to the office
In an internal letter to Tesla employees, which escaped the Internet, Elon Musk explained to them as simply and efficiently as possible that if they do not return to the office, they can stay home forever. He doesn’t need them at Tesla anymore.
“Anyone who wants to work remotely must be in the office for at least (and I mean at least) 40 hours a week or leave Tesla,” according to the document, according to Hotnews. Reuters reporters pointed out that they could not confirm the authenticity of the document, and Tesla did not issue a press release on the subject.
On the other hand, in a post related to this information, Elon Musk replied on Twitter that employees who do not want to return to the office “should pretend to work elsewhere.” All in all, Tesla is just the latest company to want its employees back in the office, even though many tech giants have opened up to the possibility of working in hybrid or completely remote format.