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Elon Musk Tells Remote Tesla Workers They Can 'Pretend to Work Somewhere Else'

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Elon Musk Tells Remote Tesla Workers They Can 'Pretend to Work Somewhere Else'

Elon Musk Tells Remote Tesla Workers They Can 'Pretend to Work Somewhere Else'

Elon Musk, Tells Remote Tesla Workers They Can, 'Pretend to Work Somewhere Else'.

According to NBC News, Elon Musk has reportedly told Tesla employees to return to their offices for at least 40 hours a week or leave the company.

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According to NBC News, Elon Musk has reportedly told Tesla employees to return to their offices for at least 40 hours a week or leave the company.

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If you don’t show up, we will assume you have resigned, Elon Musk, leaked emails, via Electrek.

In two emails obtained by Electrek, Musk told employees that he would personally review and approve any exceptions for particularly exceptional contributors.

In two emails obtained by Electrek, Musk told employees that he would personally review and approve any exceptions for particularly exceptional contributors.

There are of course companies that don’t require this, but when was the last time they shipped a great new product?

It’s been a while, Elon Musk, leaked emails, via Electrek.

There are of course companies that don’t require this, but when was the last time they shipped a great new product?

It’s been a while, Elon Musk, leaked emails, via Electrek.

Tesla has and will create and actually manufacture the most exciting and meaningful products of any company on Earth.

This will not happen by phoning it in, Elon Musk, leaked emails, via Electrek.

Tesla has and will create and actually manufacture the most exciting and meaningful products of any company on Earth.

This will not happen by phoning it in, Elon Musk, leaked emails, via Electrek.

NBC reports that Musk seemed to confirm the validity of the emails in a post to Twitter.

In response to a question about the leaked emails, Musk tweeted, , “They should pretend to work somewhere else.”.

In response to a question about the leaked emails, Musk tweeted, , “They should pretend to work somewhere else.”.

According to NBC, other Big Tech companies have yet to force workers to return to the office.

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According to NBC, other Big Tech companies have yet to force workers to return to the office.

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Employers like Amazon, Apple, Google and Meta have gone to great lengths to retain workers amid what's been called the "Great Resignation.".

Employers like Amazon, Apple, Google and Meta have gone to great lengths to retain workers amid what's been called the "Great Resignation.".

These efforts include allowing at least some remote work.


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