Last week, Elon Musk said in a leaked email to Tesla executives that Tesla workers need to stop working from home and spend at least 40 hours a week in the office.

“If notWe will assume that you have resigned, “Musk wrote. When challenged on Twitter for the email, he replied, “They have to pretend to work somewhere else.”

The ruling was shocking from what we learned in the last two years about remote work and the employees who are now pushing for it.

A few days later, he announced that Tesla should cut its staff by 10% (about 10,000 employees). A coincidence? I do not think.

It turned out that Musk was not mistaken. Instead, he deliberately tried to lay off employees.

Why Musk’s attitude to remote work is dishonest and wrong

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