Elon Musk requires Twitter employees to submit a weekly email detailing their work

Elon Musk CEO of Twitter Y Tesla It has started a wave of demands on its employees, after days of layoffs, massive resignations and the temporary closure of the company’s offices, while it was thought that the company would disappear.

Musk has begun to require the company’s workers to submit a weekly email, in which they must report everything they have worked to improve the web platform.

This new requirement, which has generated suspicions among workers and users of social networks, was revealed by a journalist from The Verge portal. Employees must submit a detailed report regarding their work, including “code samples” and goals achieved.

A few weeks ago, Musk He asked the employees of the famous social network to commit “fully” to the company’s work or face dismissal, according to an internal email released by various media.

“To build a revolutionary Twitter 2.0 and succeed in an increasingly competitive world, we will have to give ourselves to the fullest, to the extreme,” wrote the mogul. “This means working long hours at high intensity,” he noted. “Only exceptional performance will be worth a sufficient note,” said the network’s new majority shareholder.

Employees who wished to adhere to what Elon indicated had to click on a box that said “Yes” and added that if they did not do so, they would have to leave the company with an indemnity of three months’ salary in exchange.

Twitter had a workforce of more than 7,000 people, however, after the purchase of Elon Musk the new count would place it at about 2,750 employees in total, according to a source from the Bloomberg media.

In parallel, the so-called ‘richest man in the world’ continues to promote changes in the operation of the social network and has focused its attention on the reinstatement of personalities who had been banned for violating terms of use years ago.