Talk about burning the midnight oil. After a report by Forbes that Twitter has arrange bedrooms for workers at its workplace headquarters in San Francisco, the BBC reported it has obtained pictures of the room conversions.
Since Elon Musk’s tenure as Chief Twit started in late October, the shakeup at Twitter has entailed a firing frenzy of round half of the 7,500-person workforce. Those remaining workers and contractors are stated to be pulling lengthy hours in order that workplace rooms have been transformed into bedrooms.
Musk apparently sleeps over at Twitter HQ and has put in a wardrobe in his conference-room-turned-hotel-room, tweeted James Clayton, the BBC’s North America tech reporter, late on Wednesday.
Sofas have been changed into beds and a washer has been fitted for workers to scrub garments.
Meanwhile, the San Francisco building inspections department are launching an investigation into the conversion because the constructing is for industrial use.
“We need to make sure the building is being used as intended,” a consultant of the division instructed KQED News, San Francisco’s public radio station.
Twitter didn’t reply to a request for remark.