Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters — and the company’s Seattle office — stinky and terrible After Musk boasted that he was “cutting costs like crazy.”
Employees are now flocking to two floors of Twitter headquarters after four other floors were closed and moldy take-out food didn’t help.
The New York Times said Thursday that “the smell of leftover food from takeaways and body odor lingers on the floor…bathrooms are filthy,” adding that “employees bring rolls of toilet paper from home.” I’m relying on you,” he said. , quoting an explanation from an employee.
Earlier this month, Mr. Musk abruptly canceled office duties at his headquarters, NBC News reported. The janitor was shut out without warning just weeks before the holidays after they asked for better wages, and the company terminated the cleaning contract.
One janitor, who told the BBC that he had worked on Twitter for 10 years, said he was told by Musk’s team that eventually his job would cease to exist as robots would replace human cleaners.
But the robot has not yet appeared.
The janitorial cuts may have had the most dramatic effect on the remaining workers, according to The New York Times, but Musk also shut down the servers that run a vital data center in Sacramento. Twitter has reportedly stopped paying millions of dollars in rent and various services.
Musk was apparently forced to take drastic action to save his struggling business. In his Twitter Spaces talk on Dec. 20, he explained the company: