“Everyone in Tesla is required to spend at least 40 hours a week in the office.” – Elon Musk wrote in the email transmitted by Reuters. As the billionaire added: If you don’t show up, we’ll assume you quit.
Two sources confirmed the authenticity of the email, Tesla He did not respond to a Reuters request for comment.
The agency also reminds you of that Big tech companies in Silicon Valley Nor are they asking employees to return to the office full-time, in the face of resistance from some employees and a resurgence of coronavirus cases.
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Tesla has moved its headquarters to Austin, Texas, but has one of its factories and an engineering base in the San Francisco Bay Area.
“There are of course companies that don’t ask for it, but when was the last time you shipped a great new product? It’s been a long time. Tesla has created, will innovate and produce the most exciting and meaningful products for any company on the planet. It wouldn’t happen if we did it while we waited” – he had to write to the staff Elon Musk in e-mail.
In response to a tweet about an email leak, Musk neither confirmed nor denied it, but hinted that it was authentic by writing: “They should pretend they are working elsewhere.”
Forbes states that Tesla initially allowed employees to work from home if they felt unsafe in the first few months covid-19 pandemicBut it changed course. Contrary to the orders of local authorities in California, it increased production at the Tesla plant in May 2020. Musk came under fire when he said that workers who did not return to work would be fired.
Meanwhile, other companies are wondering how to get workers back to work, a Google and Apple introduced hybrid options. Musk spoke about Apple policy last month by sharing a meme about a lazy dog in response to an article about Apple delaying a return to work.
Last year, Musk’s SpaceX reported 132 cases of COVID-19 at its headquarters in Hawthorne, Los Angeles.
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