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Union laws are way stronger in Germany. Even in the US, if a union and employer have agreed to terms, the employer can’t change it. I bet Musk ends up canceling the order or only makes it applicable to execs/managers. It’s just a ploy to get employees to quit so that Musk doesn’t have to announce layoffs. It’s a very obvious stealth-layoff.
Union laws are way stronger in Germany. Even in the US, if a union and employer have agreed to terms, the employer can’t change it. I bet Musk ends up canceling the order or only makes it applicable to execs/managers. It’s just a ploy to get employees to quit so that Musk doesn’t have to announce layoffs. It’s a very obvious stealth-layoff.
I mean, he literally can. That's what being a CEO means. The union can fight it, sure. But he absolutely has the authority to request workers come back to the office
I mean, he literally can. That's what being a CEO means. The union can fight it, sure. But he absolutely has the authority to request workers come back to the office
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