Elon Musk allegedly restated his expectations for entering the office to the team on Thursday.

During an all-hands meeting with Twitter staff, he added, "If you can physically make it to an office and you don't show up, resignation accepted,"

According to Bloomberg, Musk had stated in a company-wide email on Wednesday that he will stop working remotely for Twitter.

According to reports, he stated that it would be expected that workers would spend at least 40 hours per week working from the office.

The email was sent about two weeks after the CEO of Tesla finished buying the social networking company for $44 billion.

He cut nearly 50% of Twitter's staff last week. According to Bloomberg, he also cautioned Twitter staff in the memo that "tough times ahead."

A few days previously, he claimed in a tweet that the company was "losing over $4M/day" as a result of the layoffs.

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