Elon Musk bans remote work at Twitter
Owner demands employees spend at least 40 hours per week in the office in first email to staff since $44bn acquisition
Elon Musk has banned remote work at Twitter in his first email to staff since buying the company, warning that the social media platform needs “intense work” in the office to turn round its fortunes.
“The road ahead is arduous and will require intense work to succeed,” he wrote in a company-wide email sent to employees on Thursday morning and seen by the Financial Times.
“We are changing Twitter policy such that remote work is no longer allowed, unless you have a specific exception.”