Elon Musk has said Twitter employees must work longer, harder, and commit to the mission or go. What do you think of this?

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Helga Solomon
1 month ago

Amen finally someone has sense.

Joey Mize
1 month ago

What good is a “brain” if not engaged in the advancement of the organization or employer who is paying you? In the end Musk will most likely by default and attrition clean house of the dead weight. He has already seen and is well aware that a certain % of the workforce is just that. This Guy
( MUSK ) is no pushover or a fool. Call him, label him, throw out your negative comments at him but in the end he is now running the show. And I am glad to see he has some semblance of rational about him. Good riddance to the thumb sucking crybabies. Let them exit and march head long into the George Soros camp and try and survive. George S. does not let you quit he takes his pound of flesh before he will open the exit door. A more money conscious fellow you will never meet. Musk is probably not a shining star, but he has a conscience, and he is smart and seemingly well balanced.
I wish him and his team good luck! We need more who will stand up against the radical LEFT.

1 month ago

I would want to know more facts. How long are they working now? what do they actually do?
what does “work harder” mean? It’s hard to say. Just like when the news says rail workers only get 1 sick day a year. There has got to be more to it then that. show me the their whole contract. I’m betting there are some other benefits in there that off set that.

1 month ago

Musk is right.

1 month ago
Reply to  ColoMom

NO one is an indentured servant in the US. They can quit any time they please. There is no detail of their job that would change my mind. As with any employee of a business, its to your best interest that they succeed and anyone who slow quits should be ashamed of them selves.

1 month ago

Thank God for Elon standing up for conservative Americans! People live to disappoint. The republican party has many dedicated people to promote conservative values, but it’s mostly full of swamp creatures. We need to support a Convention of States.

Charles Cynova
1 month ago


Robert Kobin
1 month ago

Covid has rearranged our work priorities. Free money has the habit of doing that. Musk is leading the way to change things.

Bob Rieser
1 month ago
Reply to  Robert Kobin

Elon is Right everyone Got Lazy,they are Lazy Americans NOW

1 month ago

Musk is right

1 month ago

A full day’s work for a full day’s pay, what a novel idea.

1 month ago

349 people cited “brain drain”! Twitter may be experiencing a “drain” but it seems very doubtful it’s “brain” related.

1 month ago
Reply to  Canuckulator

Totally true!! ????

1 month ago

What good is a “brain” if not engaged in the advancement of the organization? Good riddance to the thumb sucking crybabies.

Chris B Grodhaus
13 days ago
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Gail-Lee McDermott
1 month ago

There is no contract. When an employee decided it’s too much, that employee can give notice and leave the company. And find another job. Or vice versa. Just like real people have done all along.

Mike Small
1 month ago

Musk’s employees are aware of his methods. If they want to be on his payroll then work for it and don’t b*tch. No one is forcing them!

1 month ago

It’s about time someone stood up to these whiny, sniveling little brats.

1 month ago

They might break a nail on those keypads. I don’t want to work. I want to bang on thee drum all day.

Mike Garant
1 month ago

I feel voting thru the mail is not for me and the US Mail should stop several weeks before voting , should cance the delivery

1 month ago

I am all for a strong work ethic. And I also think that working longer and harder should be compared to what the employees were already doing. I have not yet read (Albeit I am busy working and don’t have a lot of time to read everything about this matter.) what the employees work hours and job responsibilities were before the Musk directive. If they worked 20 hours a week in their pajamas and spent a lot of time in the “safe room” or playing video games to relax then Musk may have a point about asking them to work longer and harder.

Joyce McCauley
1 month ago
Reply to  KAT

Agreed. From reports I have seen, the employees may have been spending more time enjoying the perks than working. If so, asking them to earn their pay is reasonable.

1 month ago

These communists at Twitter were very comfortable while the CCP was guiding them but now they’re being held to a standard of free speech and no longer a democratic echo chamber, welcome to America!!!

1 month ago
Reply to  AJB

I hope they do something about that woman (whose name I cannot spell or pronounce) She should go to jail for a long long time or charged with treason.As the guy said, I thought you were dead, Nah, was just in London, same thing.

Marian Barchilon
1 month ago

When you are an employee you need to do your best and strive for excellence. That means working hard, and following the rules, laws and policies that apply. If they do not wish to comply they can leave willingly or be told to leave.

2 months ago

The work ethic issue is not just about COVID, but includes the initialed attitude that many current students are being taught.

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