Musk tells Twitter employees to show up at the office or 'resignation accepted'
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Twitter owner Elon Musk on Thursday reportedly reiterated his expectations about going into the office to the social media platform's staff.
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"If you can physically make it to an office and you don’t show up, resignation accepted," he said during an all-hands meeting with Twitter employees, Platformer Managing Editor Zoe Schiffer reported in a tweet.
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Musk previously announced he would discontinue remote work at Twitter in a companywide email Wednesday, Bloomberg reported. He reportedly said the expectation will be for employees to work from the office for at least 40 hours per week, with any exceptions requiring his personal approval.
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The email came nearly two weeks after the Tesla CEO completed his $44 billion acquisition of the social media platform. He reduced Twitter’s headcount by roughly 50% last week.