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Elon Musk criticises those who work from home, saying it’s an insult to those who must physically appear at the office.

The chief executive officer of Tesla Inc. stated on Tuesday that opening a laptop from home reduces productivity and sends the incorrect message to employees who don’t have that option, such as those who work in factories.

“People create everything we use on a daily basis, including the food we eat, the buildings we build and repair, the cars we maintain, and the houses we repair. In an interview with CNBC, he stated, “It’s wrong to presume that while they do have to go to work, you don’t. I believe it to be morally wrong, not just a productivity issue.

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Requiring Tesla employees to spend a minimum of 40 hours per week in the office, Musk this summer gave them an ultimatum. He has been a staunch supporter of return-to-office regulations.

In his words to CNBC, “The laptop class is living in la-la land.”