1. In June this year, Tesla boss Elon Musk wrote to his employees that “remote work is no longer acceptable except for particularly exceptional contributors; it will be assumed that workers who fail to show up “have resigned.”
  2. CNBC reported that Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai expressed a sentiment telling the employees that productivity was not high enough, considering the number of employees in the company.
  3. Reuters reported that Zuckerberg expressed at an employee town hall, “And I suppose some of you would just declare that this place isn’t for you if I raise expectations, set more ambitious goals, and just generally crank up the heat a little bit. And I have no problem with such self-selection.”
  4. “There is a lot of chatter about people moonlighting in the tech industry. This is cheating — plain and simple” tweeted Rishad Premji