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Elon Musk told Twitter employees they have to start working exclusively at the company's San Francisco headquarters

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Elon Musk has axed thousands of jobs at Twitter. Susan Walsh/AP
Musk sent an email to staff on Wednesday afternoon.
He said all employees who could "reasonably" be at the San Francisco headquarters should come in.
Musk specifically noted that employees writing software or working on design should be at the office.
Workplace options at Twitter just became a little smaller. In an email sent to staff on Wednesday, Elon Musk mandated that employees start coming into the company's headquarters in San Francisco, advising employees that other Bay Area offices won't be used "for now." Insider...
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