In his first email to Twitter employees, Elon Musk announced that working from home will no longer be allowed and that company employees must work from the office at least 40 hours a week, Bloomberg News reported Thursday.
Elon Musk fired half of the company’s employees and several senior executives immediately after taking over the company, according to Reuters.
He also announced a series of actions, including the establishment of an $8 monthly subscription for users of the Twitter Blue service.
Musk told Twitter employees he wants subscriptions to account for half of the company’s revenue, according to the same article published by Bloomberg News, which cites excerpts from the email sent by the South African billionaire , according to Agerpres.
Representatives of the company Twitter, contacted by Reuters journalists, have not yet responded to the invitation to make statements on this subject.
When Twitter reopened its offices in March (for the first time since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic – no), former bosses told employees they could still work from home if they wanted.
The new decision adopted by Elon Musk, however, mirrors the policies he is putting in place at his other companies, SpaceX and Tesla Inc, whose employees have been told by the famous billionaire that they will have to work in offices at least 40 hours per week. week, or to leave these companies.