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Elon Musk will start charging for meals on Twitter, which he previously stated was free

Elon Musk is making significant changes at Twitter. From laying off half of his employees to charging for the blue tick, Musk has made several changes at Twitter. It is now reported that Musk will charge for meals at Twitter, which he previously stated were provided free of charge. Musk is lying, according to an ex-Twitter employee.

According to a billionaire, the “estimated cost of each meal provided in the previous 12 months is >$400,” which is around Rs 32,000. Tracy Hawkins, an ex-Twitter employee who just quit because she didn’t want to work with Musk, claims the Twitter CEO is lying. “This is a fabrication. “I ran this programme for a week before resigning since I didn’t want to work with @elonmusk,” she explained.

Musk rejected Hawkins’ accusations, stating they are “wrong” and that “Twitter spends $13M/year on food service for its SF HQ.”
The Twitter CEO emphasised that delivering lunch costing more than $400 million in a year is “bizarre” because “virtually no one came to the office.” Hawkins refuted Musk’s claims once more, saying, “For breakfast and lunch, we spent $20 to $25 per person every day.” This allowed staff to work through lunch and meetings.”

Musk made work from home mandatory for Twitter staff last week, following his work rituals at Tesla and SpaceX. Hawkins isn’t the only former Twitter employee who has spoken out against Musk. Some of Twitter’s senior executives just resigned.

According to reports, Elon Musk told Twitter staff in his first email about how the US economic situation will affect the company. He also requested that Twitter staff work 40 hours per week and declared the permanent termination of the remote work policy, which Jack Dorsey introduced during the COVID period. “The path ahead is tough and will need significant labour to achieve,” Musk said in an email.

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