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Musk Sent 4-Word Message to Twitter Employees in Middle of Night: Report

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Elon Musk has given Twitter employees the command to return to the workplace or leave the company.

The directive was delivered to Twitter personnel around 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, according to a tweet by Platformer managing editor Zo Schiffer.

“NEW: Apple is tracking employee attendance (via badge records) and will give employees escalating warnings if they don’t come in 3x per week. ALSO: Elon Musk sent Twitter employees an email at 2:30am saying the ‘office is not optional’ and noting SF was half empty yesterday,” she wrote.

Musk has been urging Twitter employees to return to the workplace for months.

Schiffer then sent a series of tweets detailing a note from Musk to Twitter employees on the company’s status.

Schiffer stated that Musk is not the only executive advocating for the return of people to the workplace. Apple has also joined this trend.

She stated, “At Apple, some orgs are saying failure to comply could result in termination, but that doesn’t appear to be a company-wide policy.”

As reported by Fox Business, firms are progressively bringing workers back to the office, putting a stop to the remote work trend that arose during the epidemic.

A study published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics this week indicates that as of a company survey conducted in 2022, 72.5% of companies were not adopting remote work choices, up from 60.1% in 2021.

Compared to 29.8 percent in 2021, 16.4 percent of organizations had some but not all employees telecommuting, according to the research.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Mike Steinitz, senior executive director of Robert Half, as saying, “There’s a sense that innovation, creativity and collaboration can suffer when teams are apart.”

The company found that 92 percent of managers want teams working at the office,
“They believe employees are simply more productive in the office,” Steinitz said. “They also feel that it’s important for mentoring and training both new and existing employees.”

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