Musk announced that it would no longer be permitting its employees to work remotely at Twitter

Twitter, one of the world’s most popular social media platforms, is switching to a more traditional work model. CEO and founder, Elon Musk announced on Wednesday that starting in October, all employees will be based in one location.

This move is part of a more significant attempt to make Twitter more “human” and encourage collaboration between employees. The shift away from remote work comes as Twitter faces increasing competition from other companies such as Facebook, which has been focusing on this model for years.

The billionaire did not like “sugarcoating” his message about difficulties among the staff members. These reports said he had asked staff to work 40 hours per week; anybody dispensing less than the standard number of hours was punished.

Previously, Musk said he objected to remote work as only “exceptional” employees were permitted to do so.

Elon Musk had no alternative but to slash losses owing to the business’s loss of over 4 million (3.51 million) dollars a day. He’s publicly blamed “activist groups pressuring advertisers” for a decrease in revenue.

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