Elon Musk Twitter’s office space has reportedly been converted into sleeping spaces for employees working overtime — and he’s angry with the city of SF over whether the new setup violates any codes.
Twitter’s CEO hit back Tuesday over a report that said SF’s Department of Building Inspection would launch an investigation into claims that parts of the company’s headquarters were retrofitted to include makeshift bedrooms.
So the city of SF attacks companies providing beds for tired workers instead of making sure kids are safe from fentanyl. where are your priorities @londonbreed,https://t.co/M7QJWP7u0N
Forbes reported that mattresses were installed in some Twitter office rooms, along with other home modifications. Recent reports also suggested that a handful of employees were spending the night due to the intense nature of the job and Musk’s long hours. new regime,
Well, Elon didn’t like the idea of San Fran cracking up too much — replying to a tweet about the news by writing… “So SF city attacks companies providing beds for tired workers, instead. Where are your priorities @LondonBreed making sure children are safe from Fentanyl!?” Londonbreed SF’s mayor.
He also attached an article about a child who overdosed after ingesting fentanyl at a playground. Thankfully the child survived.
Elon’s tweet didn’t address one thing… whether or not employee bedrooms exist.