Elon Musk’s big fail
Elon Musk decided a few weeks ago that Tesla office workers could only telecommute if they spent at least 40 hours a week on company premises. Something that automatically put an end to remote work in the automotive company, after two years of teleworking following the Covid-19 pandemic.
What the entrepreneur who wants to buy Twitter did not foresee is that during these two years, the company has integrated new employees and that its workforce is considerably larger March 2020. Which meant that in some Tesla offices, employees found themselves without a workstation to work in or a parking lot to park their vehicles in, reports The Independent.
The most common complaint among Tesla workers who have had to return to the office is the lack of parking spaces. Once there, many also struggled to find a suitable place to work, as there were fewer desks than necessary. Finally, many of those who managed to settle say that the internet was so weak that it did not allow them to perform their tasks properly. The chaos was such that some bosses, against the orders of Elon Musk, were forced to send their employees home so that they could work in better…
Fetty Wap arrested by police after punching three hotel workers in Las Vegas
Deconfinement: by supporting Trump, Elon Musk is lynched, including by his own fans
Adixia (Objective Rest of the World): a link with Bastos? “Stop making things up”