Employees of Twitter were asked to bring their own tissue paper
Due to Elon Musk‘s budget constraints at Twitter, some workers must bring their own tissue paper to work. Twitter’s San Francisco and Seattle offices have reportedly started to smell due to Musk’s cost-cutting. Elon Musk reportedly removed striking janitors in December, demanding more pay. Maintenance staff was prohibited from Twitter without warning after Musk canceled their contract.
The billionaire’s approach may have been ill-advised due to the absence of cleaning workers. The New York Times reported that the office’s bathrooms smelled of “leftover takeout food and body stench.” Since no one is there to restock, workers have started bringing their own toilet paper to work.
Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters were closed except for two stories. Elon Musk argues that Twitter’s future depends on his aggressive cost-cutting due to his $44 billion acquisition. Elon said he “spent the last five weeks slashing costs like crazy” and trying to establish a larger premium subscription platform because Twitter could have a $3 billion negative cash flow after this year. He blamed the $12.5 billion in debt from his April deal to buy the firm and recent Federal Reserve rate hikes.
Elon Musk claimed the new Twitter protocol would question and obey science. Elon tweeted, “New Twitter policy is to follow the science, which requires reasoned questioning.” Additional plan details are unknown. Musk has been questioned about his social media use since becoming Twitter’s CEO. Twitter has changed its guidelines in response to Elon Musk’s policy revisions.