Index hide1 Information of Twitter revealed that the company went from having about 3,000 to 7,500 employees worldwide by 2021.2 Elon Muskaccording to First Round Capital He is the most influential person among managers and employees of Silicon Valley.3 The appearance of employee beds in Twitter it reminds us of the excesses that employees of large companies have reached, as happened inside a Zara store in Spain.
Information of Twitter revealed that the company went from having about 3,000 to 7,500 employees worldwide by 2021.
Elon Muskaccording to First Round Capital He is the most influential person among managers and employees of Silicon Valley.
The appearance of employee beds in Twitter it reminds us of the excesses that employees of large companies have reached, as happened inside a Zara store in Spain.
Employees of Twitter beds are released and the idea of only resorting to furniture such as ergonomic chairs to work was surpassed by Elon Muskknown for sentencing the collaborators of the social network to stay to the limit working in their offices, in order to prevent this business from failing.
Talent management in the technology market already has important stories to take into account, among them, one of them highlights Mark Zuckerberg and the decision to fire a significant number of employees, ensuring that the action was his responsibility.
There are various considerations to measure the current market, such as the post-pandemic as well as inflation are changing the habits of employees.
Due to the health contingency, trends such as the home officewhich soon became a nuisance for employers, if we see a case like that of Elon Musk, which became the protagonist of a series of negative trends on social networks, where the man was criticized for sentencing his employees, for arguing how important it was to return to the offices to work. He soon became a major workhorse for his brand and made an unexpected decision to end the work-from-home policy.
As this measure we saw other actions, such as sentencing its employees to remain in offices without time limits, to be able to carry out their work and the announcement even surprised with viral photographs, where employees of the store were seen spending the night next to their desks.
From ergonomic chairs to beds on Twitter
Various reports from authorities in the City of San Francisco have allowed us to deduce that some areas of the Twitter offices are being converted into bedrooms, as one more extension within these offices, to allow employees to rest, without necessarily having to leave the work centers.
According to the Department of Building Inspection, the installations of Twitter following a complaint, where it was denounced that there is a specific land use for each development as an office building, where even small rooms are prohibited by some buildings, since residential permits are required for this.
The complaint was filed by Forbeswho argued for the existence of these bedrooms, which he described as “modest bedrooms with sketchy mattresses, drab curtains, and giant telepresence monitors in the conference room,” hinting that many conference rooms are being used for such purposes.
This is not the first time that a story has gone viral, where employees of a big brand are trending to appear sleeping in the facilities of these companies.
The story was reported by Merca2.0 in January 2021, where we reported that employees of a Zara store in Spain had spent the night there, sleeping on cardboard boxes spread out on the floor, due to a snowfall that fell and prevented the they left the place.
The talent management stories that we find out about on social networks are just a few of many testimonials of how important the digital medium has become today, to learn about these anecdotes and understand what work is like, especially in companies where work expectations are built on them.