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Elon Musk's Twitter reportedly added office 'bedrooms' for employees trib.al/8gFHH2F

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I'm sure Twitter HQ is "zoned" for housing, right Elon Musk.

Just as I'm sure adding bedrooms to the workplace for a *hardcore* work environment isn't threatening for intimidating to employees on a work visa who face deportation if they become unemployed.

#WorkplaceAbuse
 
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have you seen the rent prices in San Fran? he's probably doing them a huge favor just saying people at Google are staying in RV's and making 250k
 
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Has the New York Post become really dumb? So
 
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So, dont u report news anymore? Trying for hit job, u failed.🧐
 
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This happens all the time. Do some research.
 
 
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If it comes with free cable too, sign me up 😉 it would be like 'work from home'
 
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Awesome! I wish I had one in my office! Handy! Thank you @elonmusk - your employees are so lucky.
 
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I think a lawsuit is already in the fire.
 
 
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"This is kinda of like my new idea of remote working and stuff." pic.twitter.com/47pO4i1CTj
 
 
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He’s considerate, but demanding. I’m sure whoever he’s expecting to sleep at HQ is extremely well paid. Perspective matters
 
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