Surprise, surprise – Elon Musk doesn’t like people working from home

Twitter and Tesla – or extra in particular, Elon Musk – had been some of the maximum vocal corporations regarding a go back to the workplace now that employees can as soon as once more have interaction ‘usually’ following the pandemic. Musk has spoken out (unfavorably) once more about WFH, however now not for the rationale you might imagine.

Whilst many corporations are scuffling with with making the correct determination, and employees are turning into an increasing number of disgruntled about combined messages and top expectancies, Musk has lengthy been transparent about his expectation that employees will have to be based from their formal place of job.

In an interview with CNBC (opens in new tab), Tesla CEO Musk described tech employees as “pc categories dwelling in la-la-land,” implying that operating from anyplace is simply a myth.

Musk on operating from house

Somewhat than mentioning productiveness and engagement (which he, and plenty of different corporations, have achieved), this time Musk calls out the “pc categories” for being insensitive to different employees. 

He advised CNBC that they will have to get off their “ethical top horse” and go back to paintings identical to different provider employees have needed to do within the months and years following the pandemic, pointing out that it’s “morally unsuitable.”

Having lowered Twitter’s body of workers dramatically, the vast majority of Musk’s employees throughout all corporations at the moment are required to paintings within the workplace, no less than for many of the operating week.

Different corporate CEOs have spoken out about WFH in a in a similar fashion detrimental means, however the most common explanation why regularly boils all the way down to deficient productiveness at house, which is accentuated through the loss of ad-hoc interplay that takes position on-line.

The scoop comes simply weeks forward of Musk stepping down as arguable CEO for the social networking platform, having introduced a successor in Linda Yaccarino.

By the use of CNBC (opens in new tab)