This is how Elon Musk asks his employees to come back

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  • Advanced Workplace Associates measured remote work by industry.

  • Just as Elon Musk has tried to return his collaborators to the office, in that proportion he has also lost collaborators.

  • This case is an interesting background of talent management by a billionaire.

Elon Musk took control of Twitter And since the purchase of the social network, the controversy has not stopped, such as the talent management actions that the billionaire has implemented where we last found out how he has asked his employees to return to the office.

The return to the offices was imposed worldwide after the regularization of the health contingency and only a few huge companies, such as technology companies, maintained the home office, but with the arrival of Musk, the rules change and not only that, they are also measured because

The firm Advanced Workplace Associates carried out a study where it found which were the industries with the highest rate of return to offices after the health contingency. With 47 percent, banking was the one with the highest index, followed by the health segment, with 43 percent of the total number of employees who have to attend offices or work centers, while in the energy sector, the 41 percent of employees must do so.

Musk and the return to the offices

Through a third letter that he has sent to employees, the owner of Twitter showed how he writes to employees so that they finally go to the offices.

“From: Elon Musk To: Subject Team All Software Engineers Date: November 18, 2022.

Anyone who actually writes software, please report to the 10th floor at 2 pm ET. Before you do, please email me a bulleted summary of what your code commits have accomplished in the last 6 months, along with up to 10 screenshots of the most prominent lines of code. Thank you,” the email quoted.

In another email, the message sent by Musk quotes: If you are working remotely, please email the request below and I will try to talk to you via video. Only those who cannot physically make it to Twitter headquarters or have a family emergency are exempt. These will be short, technical interviews that will give me a better understanding of Twitter’s tech stack.

“If possible, I would appreciate it if you could fly to SF to be present in person. I’ll be at Twitter HQ until midnight and then I’ll be back tomorrow morning.”

Talent management in this type of situation warns us of the capacity that well-supported indications have for a company.

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