Elon Musk is said to cut Tesla staff by 10 percent as he had a ‘super bad feeling’ about the economy. The Tesla chief might pause hiring all worldwide.
In response to the memo that was tweeted from an unverified account, the billionaire, who has proposed to take Twitter private in a $44 billion (roughly Rs. 3,37,465 crore) deal, said, “They should pretend to work somewhere else.”
Musk would “review and approve” any cases where they could not meet the minimum, according to the memo.
Tesla joins a wave of companies mandating a return to office for employees. While some big employers have embraced voluntary work-from-home policies permanently, others including Alphabet’s Google are betting that it is best to push in-person interactions among colleagues.
“Wherever you feel most productive and creative is where you will work and that includes working from home full-time forever,” Agrawal said in a tweet dated March 3.
Meanwhile, Facebook-owner Meta announced in April that employees are no longer required to have COVID-19 boosters to enter its offices in the United States, a company spokesperson said. The social media company previously said that all workers returning to the office would have to present proof of their booster jabs, while the company monitored the Omicron variant situation.