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Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla responds to leaked slack messages shared between the employees of Twitter before welcoming their new owner. He replied "interesting" to the messages posted on Twitter.
While addressing the 'All hands' meeting on Thursday, Musk said that it was important to address and take note of the suggestions of the employees.
At the same time, the Twitter employees, on slack, which is a networking program designed only for workspace atmosphere, criticized Musk for not giving appropriate answers for his vision and employee compensation.
However, when many users agreed with Musk's response, a few questioned him for being irresponsible. Jobs are open everywhere, and lots of people are hiring; commented one Twitter user criticizing and questioning his motives.
Twitter, for Musk, has always been his preferred platform for addressing a larger group audience. After announcing his decision to take over the company, Musk had insisted on reducing the headcount of employees.
He later cancelled the statement saying that he wishes to increase the headcount to 1 billion employees from the existing 229 million. This wavering attitude of the soon-to-be head of Twitter spiked controversies all over the internet.
Earlier, a group of employees of SpaceX had called out Musk's behaviour to be embarrassing and distracting. An open letter was drafted by around a thousand employees insisting SpaceX separate itself from the hold of its CEO.