Elon Musk had a Twitter feud with Australia's third-richest man over the importance of ending the pandemic-era practise of remote working.

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"Everyone at Tesla is obligated to spend a minimum of 40 hours in the office every week," stated Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk in an internal email this week.

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Scott Farquhar, co-founder of Atlassian Plc, an Australian project management software company, mocked the policy in a series of tweets

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Elon Musk's demand that Tesla employees quit "phoning it in" and return to work was met with scepticism by Germany's largest labour union on Thursday.

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Tesla's CEO jumped into the debate about the future of work by reminding employees that they must return to the office for at least 40 hours a week or face termination.

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Tesla has a staff of roughly 4,000 workers in Germany, with aspirations to expand to 12,000 personnel.

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Employees at Tesla's Gruenheide, Germany, facility elected 19 members to its first workers' council in February, distinguishing it from other Tesla plants in the US.

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There are presently no rules in Germany that guarantee the right to work from home, but the labour ministry is working on regulations 

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Following the coronavirus outbreak, which compelled corporations to send employees home to work, many significant enterprises, including automakers, 

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Musk, who has helped transform the old automobile industry into an all-electric future while becoming the world's richest man in the process, 

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