All large companies are struggling to adapt teleworking and make their workers happier and therefore more productive. However, Elon Musk is quite clear about it and that working from home is over.

Everyone to the office. The CEO of Tesla has taken a rather controversial position, taking into account the global situation at the business level that we are seeing regarding the inclusion of teleworking.

In this new normal, of course , we are talking about a totally atypical case . On Musk’s part, it is one of the keys to the success of his company.

And it is that, as Bloomberg has learned, through an email sent by him, the subject of it made it clear: ” Remote work is no longer acceptable.” “If you don’t show up, we’ll assume you’ve resigned,” he adds.

It is specified that they must spend a minimum of 40 hours per week or, on the contrary, leave the company. He also adds that no branches. Either it’s an official Tesla office or they won’t count the hours either.

This letter has been leaked via Twitter and how could it be otherwise, Elon himself has replied that it is totally true.

Now, not everything was going to be a “dictatorship “. And it is that the CEO has explained that he will only take into account the situations of those workers who, for various reasons, find it necessary to comply with this regulation.

“If there are particularly exceptional contributors for whom this is impossible, I will review and approve those exceptions directly,” he wrote. Working 40 hours in person, she said, is “less than what we ask factory workers to do,” she adds.

It should be noted that Elon Musk himself complies with this rule as well , since he considers that it is precisely the high officials who should follow the example and the workers themselves be the ones who follow them and see that they are not alone.

“The taller you are, the more visible your presence should be,” he wrote. “Of course, there are companies that don’t require this, but when was the last time they launched a great new product? A long time ago,” Ella concludes