The automotive company, Telsa, is set to return to office-based work. The company is now sending automated emails to office absentees.
Telsa Set to Return to Office-Based Working
Telsa has started to take giant strides against its workers who are failing to show up at work following the rollout of a ban on remote working, company-wide. Office-based employees of tells must report to their workplaces which takes their attendance. It is now even reported that an automated message is now being sent to workers of the company that do not swipe in frequently to the workplace.
The message shared with The Telegraph reads ‘You are receiving this email because there is no record of you using your badge to enter a Tesla facility on at least 16 days over the 30-day period ending on June 28.’
Receivers of the message are even asked to explain the manner of their absence to their line managers and to also report to a monitoring system of the company.
Elon Musk Is Taking Campaign against Remote Working Serious
Previous emails sent by Elon musk to employees of the company on May 31, 2022, read‘ anyone who wishes to do remote work must be in the office for a minimum (and I mean minimum) of 40 hours per week or depart Tesla. This is less than we ask of factory workers.’
Elon Musk previously has cited that particularly ‘excellent contributors’ may be allowed to continue working remotely. This is coming through after a stressful week in which staff totaling 200 were fired and also an office in California closed its doors. This is part of a wider operation of the company that will see it reduce or cut short its salaried workforce by 10%. The move however is reported to not affect manufacturing staff ‘building cars, battery packs or installing solar.’
Telsa Workers Are Not Happy About This Development
Generally, it is quite natural that plenty of workers even in the hundreds will be disappointed with the latest development in regards to working from home. And with various companies and enterprises all over the globe now embracing and taking up a hybrid type of working conditions, the Telsa workforce should be getting ready for some shake-up.