Elon Musk ended the social medium’s work-from-home policy in his first email to Twitter staff. Instead, the new owner of the messaging service said he expects his employees to be in the office “minimum of 40 hours a week”.
Under the previous leadership, Twitter had made it possible for everyone to always work from home.
In the email, Musk also says that economic expectations are wrong. He expects this to affect the advertising revenue, which Twitter relies heavily on on. Musk wants Twitter to get half of its revenue from subscription services.
The billionaire has already tinkered with Twitter’s existing subscription service. At Twitter Blue, the price went up. From now on, paying Twitter users will also receive a blue tick, previously reserved for people and organizations that Twitter verified.