Elon Musk, teased by another billionaire after the announcement of the return of employees to the offices: "Is any Tesla employee interested?"

Elon Musk entered a controversy on Twitter on Friday with the third-highest occupant of Australia’s richest people over the importance of ending the telecoms regime to end the pandemic, Reuters reports.

In an internal email sent out this week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote that “any Tesla employee must spend at least 40 hours a week in the office.” “If you do not show up (at the office – no.), We will assume that you have resigned,” Elon Musk added. His message has drawn criticism from workers’ supporters over their potential exposure to COVID-19.

Scott Farquhar, co-founder of Australian software management company Atlassian Plc. The telecoms policy adopted by the Australian company, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, has been “essential for our continued growth”, the Australian billionaire added, quoted by Agerpres. “We have set ourselves the goal of increasing the number of Atlassian employees to 25,000 by fiscal year 2026. Are any Tesla employees interested?” Scott Farquhar added.

Elon Musk responded immediately: “The series of messages posted earlier on Twitter perfectly illustrates why recessions serve a vital function of cleaning up the economy.”

However, this exchange of remarks is not unusual for Elon Musk, who frequently uses his Twitter account to post sharp messages on a number of sensitive issues.

In Silicon Valley, many technology companies switched to mixed-work or telecommuting during the pandemic, while other companies set specific dates for employees to return to office, which they then postponed several times. cause of epidemiological waves during the coronavirus pandemic.

Elon Musk, the richest man in the world who is also the CEO of SpaceX, has a habit of criticizing and making fun of other billionaires. In 2021, he posted a photo with a medal for second place when he responded to a Twitter message celebrating Jeff Bezos celebrating the success of Amazon.com Inc.

In 2017, the other founder of the Australian company Atlassian, Mike Cannon-Brookes, cooperated with Elon Musk, publicly supporting and facilitating his offer to provide a battery-powered electrical installation to the state of South Australia, after it was affected by a generalized power outage in 2017.

Mike Cannon-Brookes, who has since led a campaign to buy Australian power company AGL Energy Ltd and accelerated its transition to renewables, redistributed the messages Scott Farquahar criticized and mocked Elon Musk’s directive. he was asking Tesla employees to return to the company’s offices.

Publisher: AP

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