Twitter’s San Fran HQ reeks of BO and takeaways after Elon Musk stopped paying rent and janitors
Where’s the sink when you need it! Twitter’s San Francisco HQ reeks of BO and takeaways after Elon Musk stopped paying rent and janitors and forced employees to bring TOILET PAPER
- Tesla CEO Elon Musk has forced employees to bring their own toiletries from home
- He claims he needs to save billions to save the company
- Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion and immediately made drastic changes
- Employees are now complaining about the hygiene standards in the offices’ bathrooms
- Musk is also no longer paying rent for the Twitter office in Seattle
Elon Musk has stopped paying for cleaners at Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters — the office leaves a BO, fast food smell — and forcing employees to bring toilet paper.
Musk, the second-richest man in the world, has embarked on cost-cutting measures that have seen him lay off employees — including cleaning teams — and closed or stopped renting the social media giant’s offices.
He has reportedly stopped paying rent for Twitter’s Seattle office and is also planning to close one of the company’s New York offices. The San Francisco headquarters has been compacted from four floors to two, with luxurious perks now reportedly being ditched in favor of smelly offices that are no longer cleaned.
On Christmas Eve, the billionaire sent his employees to Sacramento to a warehouse housing several critical servers — one of three — that had kept the social network running.
Several employees have expressed concern that the servers’ downtime could cause problems for the social media giant, but were told that saving money was a priority, according to the New York Times.
Elon Musk has now ordered employees to bring their own toilet paper, amid drastic money-saving measures. He is pictured walking into Twitter headquarters in October, having just completed his $44 billion bid to buy the social media network
He’s also asking employees to bring their own toilet paper into the office to save money, and last week got rid of the cleaning staff at the New York office. The picture shows Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco
Some employees were rushed into work over the holidays due to systems down but potential internal data loss.
Twitter has stopped paying millions of dollars in rent and services in recent months – with Musk ordering its employees to renegotiate the agreements or end them altogether.
The company faces evictions from its Seattle office after failing to pay rent on the building, and security staff are also being cut in Musk’s austerity spree.
In San Francisco, he merged workers on two floors and closed four and fired janitors after workers went on strike for better wages.
According to current and former employees, the office stunk of leftover food and body odor.
In San Francisco, he merged workers on two floors and closed four and fired janitors after workers went on strike for better wages. San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks at a news conference earlier this month for Twitter employees who have been laid off
On Christmas Eve, the billionaire sent his employees to Sacramento to a warehouse housing several critical servers — one of three — that had kept the social network running
The bathrooms have been left dirty, and Musk is now focused on weeding out the sources of the company-related leaks to the press.
He is focused on eliminating individuals within the company who he believes are against him – and who are described as having “erratic” leadership styles.
Employees claim that he often interrupts meetings at random and engages in lengthy conversations, calling in top executives as a sounding board for his ideas.
Many employees are anticipating more layoffs as U.S. sales continue to slow — though Musk hired several new employees to replace those laid off during the mass layoffs.
When he took over the company in October, he was spotted using a sink in the bathroom – which some have since called ironic, after he ordered employees to bring their own toilet paper
Musk said he will appoint a new CEO of Twitter after putting him up for a vote on the social media platform
The SpaceX chief said in a live Twitter forum last week that the company is a “plane that’s heading for the ground at high speed, with its engines on fire and its controls not working.”
He claims Twitter is on track to have a “negative cash flow situation” of about $3 billion by 2023 – attributing it to its “crazy” cost cuts.
Musk said he will appoint a new CEO of Twitter after putting him up for a vote on the social media platform.
Since early November, he has attempted to save about $500 million in material costs and has laid off nearly 75 percent of the company’s workforce since taking over.
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