Twitter employees resign after deadline to recommit and walks back remote work policy by Elon Musk

According to multiple reports many Twitter employees appeared to resign after its new boss Elon Musk want them to work 80-hour a week

Musk told employees they will need to be extremely hardcore to build a breakthrough Twitter 2.0 and working long hours in a high-intensity environment would be part of that push

Twitter sent emails to all of its employees with a link to hit "YES" if they wanted to be part of the  Twitter by 5 pm EST on Thursday. Employees who did not reply "YES" would receive three months of severance

Musk's demand lead to clash with employees publicly, who are quickly learning what it's like to work for the tech entrepreneur

Musk has laid off thousands of workers In just three weeks,  abruptly ended the company's remote-work policy and fired employees who criticized him

Many Twitter employees resigned on Thursday evening, Internal communications channels were filled with an emoji signaling a salute, an apparent symbol of leaving the company

The New York Times reported that Musk also has been accused of terminating Tesla workers in fits of "Rage-Firing" a claim he has denied. Space X fired employees who drafted and circulated a letter criticizing Musk