There may also be a hiring freeze and a reduction in force.
Contributed by VIDYA RAMAKRISHNAN Released on June 4 June 4, 2022
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Inc. (TSLA), has reportedly ordered workers to return to a 40-hour work week in two emails to employees, both published online.
Those who don’t return are given the option to “pretend to work somewhere else,” according to the request.
Musk wrote that remote workers aren’t allowed because workers at the factory need to be able to collaborate face-to-face. As the tweet made clear, this was the main Tesla headquarters.
Musk has long been against remote work since he equated working from home with laziness.
He argued that the senior staff should be in the same office to be easily recognized by the rest of the company.
Kastle Systems, which manages the security card access system in several U.S. office buildings.
Reports that only 43% of office space is used because so many people choose to work from home.
Uncertainty persists regarding Twitter’s impact, as stated in (5).
What effect the new policy will have on Twitter, which Musk is planning to buy for $44 billion, is unknown now. In March, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal indicated a flexible policy that allowed employees to choose whether to come into the office or work remotely “forever” if that was what it took for employees to be at their most productive and creative.
Bringing the Shanghai Plant Back Online:
Tesla’s Shanghai office workers have been spending more time in the factory.
Tesla’s ‘closed-loop system’ has its employees working 12-hour shifts six days a week to resume production after a halt caused by the lockdown restriction in China.
The closed loop allowed workers to be regularly tested for COVID-19. The lockdown is being lifted, but the company plans to keep things.
As they are until the middle of June so they can return to making 2100 cars per day like they were before.
As of May 23 May 23, the Shanghai factory was running at 45% capacity.
Staff Reductions and Hiring Halt
In addition, Musk has ordered a 10% cut in Tesla’s workforce and a halt to hiring to deal with economic uncertainty. According to the company’s most recent SEC filing, Tesla will have hired 100,000 people worldwide by the end of 2021.
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