The modality of teleworking is still maintained in many parts of the world, in fact, we ourselves are a “tele” FayerWayer at the moment. The measure is convenient for certain types of enterprises, since the work was coordinated via the Internet, commuting times are saved, workers have more time with their families, and more.
In other areas this is impractical (because face-to-face is required, such as in construction) and in other cases companies have found that workers “don’t perform” remotely. This would be Elon Musk’s vision. For this reason, he asked that Tesla employees come face-to-face.
No office, internet or parking
But, if your business requires you to work from the office rather than remotely, the least you would expect is to at least have a table to work on, internet, etc. This, however, That’s not what happened when Tesla employees returned to the office after being, in a way, forced by Elon Musk.
“Anyone who wants to work remotely must spend at least 40 hours in the office or leave Tesla. That’s less than what we ask factory workers to do,” Musk said in an email sent a few weeks ago. “If you don’t show up at the office, we’ll take your resignation.”
This email from Elon Musk inevitably sent many Tesla employees back to the office. The problem is that according to Informationwhen they returned there, they had to face somewhat chaotic situation: lack of parking, insufficient tables and a Wi-Fi connection unable to provide the necessary performance.
Also, there are more workers
The reasons? The the number of Tesla employees has doubled since 2019. And the offices have not adapted to accommodate all these new hires. Information points out that, during the pandemic, parts of the offices have been used for other purposes: and there is even less space for workers.
It is still unclear how and how long they will solve the problem.