Work From Anywhere policy to end in Twitter, employees will return to office - Newztezz Online


Friday, November 4, 2022

Work From Anywhere policy to end in Twitter, employees will return to office

Elon Musk is about to end the work from anywhere policy in Twitter. In this way, now the employees will have to come to the office again.

Elon Musk has been taking big decisions one after the other since buying Twitter. Elon Musk is planning to end Twitter's work from anywhere plan, so that employees can be called back to the office. If this proves to be true, then the work-from-office model will now be mandatory for Twitter employees, just like Tesla. Elon Musk is also the owner of the electric car maker Tesla. Elon Musk has already announced the layoffs of Twitter employees.

According to the Bloomberg report, some exceptions can also be seen in the decisions of the social media company. Some employees may be allowed to work from home if needed. The new owners of Twitter want to halve the social media company's workforce, so that the cost of operations can be reduced. The employees were already told that there would be layoffs in the company. More than 7000 people work in Twitter, out of which half of the people are going to lose their jobs.

Work From Anywhere policy to end soon

Elon Musk and his team of advisors have discussed a range of topics from layoffs and other policy changes. However, it has not been informed when the Work From Anywhere policy will be terminated. But this may happen in the coming weeks, because Musk has set deadlines for many teams.

In June, Tesla made Work From Office mandatory for all employees. Employees were told that they would have to work 40 hours a week. An email purportedly asked employees to return to the main office. Former Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal had upheld the company's Work From Anywhere policy. But after the takeover of the company, Musk showed him the way out.

Top officers fired

Elon Musk fired CEO Parag Agarwal, CFO Ned Segal and policy chief Vijay Gadde after Twitter was acquired. Bloomberg also claimed that Musk has also ousted Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Berland, Chief Customer Officer Sarah Personet and Jean-Philippe Maheu.

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