Forbes reviews that Twitter workers on Monday have been greeted via “modest bedrooms featuring unmade mattresses, drab curtains and giant conference-room telepresence monitors” within the San Francisco place of work. Citing a photograph shared via the e-newsletter, one such room has shiny orange carpet, a picket bedside desk and it appears a queen mattress, a desk lamp and two place of work armchairs.
The e-newsletter cited assets as pronouncing that no announcement or context was once equipped to workers. The drowsing rooms are presumed to be for the ones workers who selected to paintings in keeping with Musk’s new running plans. “It’s now not a just right glance. It’s but some other unstated signal of disrespect. There isn’t any dialogue. Just like, beds confirmed up,” a person was quoted as saying.
In November, an employee tweeted an image of a Twitter employee sleeping in the office. A company executive then retweeted the post saying, “When your staff is pushing round-the-clock to make closing dates every so often you #SleepWhereYouWork.”
Musk’s “hardcore” message to employees
last month, Musk fired a large chunk of employees which was followed by mass resignation by some senior executives. At that time, Musk told employees in the depopulated San Francisco office that they “all want to be extra hardcore.” He told them to put in extra effort and longer hours (up to 80 hours a week) to make things right at Twitter.
He also said that all employees must come to office and if they fail to do so, their “resignation [is] approved.” He also announced that there will be fewer office perks like free food.
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