Elon Musk asks Tesla employees to Start work from office or Quit jobs.



The recent mail got viral on Twitter where Elon musk is demanding Tesla workers return to the office or leave the company. Elon Musk doesn’t want to offer remote services to Tesla employees and stated that they should return to the office soon. In a new email to employees, the successfully opulent said that working from home will not be acceptable for Tesla. Musk also mentioned that employees who don’t want to return to the office could leave the company. “They should pretend they’re working somewhere else," he mentioned the statement while replying to a Twitter user who thinks working from the office is old-fashioned these days.


The employees got the official mails in which it was subjected that the "Remote work is no longer acceptable in the company, anyone who wants to work remotely should be at the office for 40 hours per week or leave Tesla". Mr. Musk has been known as a demanding boss. He always tried to set the example of hard work, attending late-night meetings, and sending emails no matter how late it goes, to speed up production in 2018.

Musk also mentioned that the workplace should be Tesla's main office, not a remote branch unrelated to office engagements, continuing his statement he stated that the senior managers should be found in the office, this is one of the reasons he was primarily residing at the Tesla factory in Fremont, California when the company was in the struggling time to manufacture more products during 2017 and 2018. He also mentioned, “Tesla has and will continue to create and manufacture the most interesting and meaningful products of the company on Earth," which will not happen by phoning it”.


Half a month earlier, Silicon Valley capitalist and entrepreneur Keith Rabois told a story of Musk's startup days through a series of tweets that seemed to contrast Musk's light differentiation on Twitter. In April, while evaluating the deal to buy Twitter, the employees of Twitter, the company that always backs remote jobs. Twitter executives are currently stressed about losing positions once Musk assumes responsibility for Twitter in the coming months.