Elon Musk converts conference rooms at Twitter HQ into ‘hotel’ rooms for staff (photos)

Authorities in San Francisco, California, are investigating a possible building code violation after photos of Twitter office space being converted into bedrooms surfaced, glamsquad reports 


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An image of Twitter’s headquarters submitted to the San Francisco Housing Authority shows a room with a double bed, a wardrobe, and slippers.


According to an ex-employee who reported to authorities, new Twitter CEO Elon Musk has been staying at the headquarters since he purchased the company.



Musk sent an email to all employees last month in which he stated that they would be required to work “long hours at high intensity.”

“Only exceptional performance will be considered passing,” he wrote.



The San Francisco Department of Building Inspection confirmed on Wednesday night, December 7, that it is investigating potential violations in response to a complaint.



In response, Musk stated that the city was going after businesses for providing beds to “tired employees.”

Musk stated in a now-deleted tweet that he would work and sleep in the office “until the org is fixed.”


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Musk stated on Twitter in response to a journalist that the city should prioritize protecting children from the consequences of opioid drug abuse.


The bedrooms were reportedly converted from conference rooms and are also used to house employees from Tesla and other Musk-owned companies who have been brought in to work at Twitter, “some of whom travel to Twitter for work meetings.”

On Wednesday, California state senator Scott Wiener said, “He’s now making them [workers] sleep at Twitter.” “It’s obvious that he doesn’t care about people.” He has no regard for the people who work for him.”

“We need to make sure the building is being used as intended,” a department of building inspection official said.

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