|Twitter’s San Francisco HQ is Elon Musk’s ‘new dwelling’|
“Looks like a resort room”
BBC says it was supplied with some photographs of the newly-converted bedrooms, which San Francisco authorities are probing as a potential constructing code violation. One picture exhibits a room with a double mattress, together with a wardrobe and slippers. “It appears like a resort room,” one former employee was quoted as saying. One of the images that BBC shared confirmed sofas at Twitter getting used as beds.
Earlier this week, a Forbes report claimed that the “modest bedrooms” have “unmade mattresses, drab curtains and big conference-room telepresence screens.” One such room has vivid orange carpet, a wood bedside desk and apparently a queen-size mattress, a desk lamp and two workplace armchairs.
Musk repeatedly sleeps at Twitter HQ
Some former staff of Twitter have been cited as saying that Musk has been staying and repeatedly sleeping on the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco since he purchased the agency.
In a now-deleted tweet, Musk stated that he would work and sleep within the workplace “till the org is mounted”.
Bloomberg reported that these bedrooms are additionally stated to accommodate employees from Tesla and different Musk-owned companies, “a few of whom journey to Twitter for work conferences.”
Probe into ‘bedrooms’
Musk is taking warmth from metropolis authorities for changing workplace convention rooms into bedrooms. California state senator Scott Wiener informed the BBC that Musk “is now making them [workers] sleep at Twitter. It’s clear that he would not actually care about folks. He would not care in regards to the individuals who work for him.”
“We want to ensure the constructing is getting used as supposed,” CBS News cited a Department of Building Inspection official as saying. San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection says it’s investigating potential violations following a grievance.
As per San Francisco Chronicle, the division official Patrick Hannan stated that there are completely different guidelines for residential buildings, even these used for short-term stays.
This provoked a pointy response from the corporate’s new CEO who requested town mayor London Breed about her priorities. “So [the] metropolis of SF assaults corporations offering beds for drained staff as a substitute of creating positive youngsters are protected from fentanyl,” he commented on a tweet by a journalist who shared the information.
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