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From Work to Home to Employee Reduction … Elon Musk comments on ‘these’ issues in front of Twitter employees – News

New Delhi: Elon Musk interacted with Twitter employees: Alan Musk, one of the richest men in the world and CEO of Tesla, has been in the news for the past few months. Due to his tweets and his purchase of Twitter, Musk is getting a special discussion all over the world. It was against this backdrop that Elon Musk spoke to Twitter staff. During this time he discussed various issues with the staff. Musk struck a लाइन 44 billion deal in April to buy Twitter. This is the first time since then that he has spoken to company employees. Musk spoke to staff on a wide range of issues, from freedom of speech to the existence of aliens.

Freedom of speech

Alan Musk told staff that people would be allowed to stay within the ambit of the law and speak on microblogging platforms. He also said that people need to feel ‘comfortable’ while using this service. Because, if that doesn’t happen, it’s not going to work.

Will reduce the number of employees

Will employees be fired from the company? Asked about this, Musk said that those who contribute well do not have to work. Who gets fired will depend on his performance. Also, the company’s goal will be to make a profit and improve productivity.

Advertising

Musk said the ad is not against the model. Because, it’s important for Twitter’s business model. Advertising is important for Twitter. He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was not the answer.

Work from home

Speaking at Work from Home, he said that only those who do good work and those who live far away should be allowed to do so.

Alien

Interacting with staff, Musk also discussed alien and other space possibilities. Musk said he had not seen any concrete evidence of aliens.

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