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SpaceX employees write a letter to criticize Elon Musk, owner of the company, for his public behavior

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In the letter, The workers show their concern about the bad reputation that the accusations of a sexual nature against the tycoon may generate for the firm.

Through a communication system Internally, SpaceX workers have begun to circulate an open letter since Wednesday in which they attack the owner of the company, Elon Musk, for his behavior on social networks and for the accusations of a sexual nature against him, according to reports The Verge.

The letter criticizes the content of the billionaire’s posts on Twitter, who, reports the American media, in April, for example, shared an image of Bill Gates and an ’emoji’ of a pregnant man, subtitled with “in case you need to lose an erection quickly”.

Furthermore, the workers expressed their dissatisfaction with the bad reputation that the accusations of sexual harassment filed against the tycoon generate for SpaceX, warning that the same businessman fails to comply with the company’s zero tolerance policy. company.

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“Elon’s behavior in the public sphere is a frequent source of distraction and embarrassment for us, particularly in recent weeks. As our CEO and most prominent spokesperson , every tweet Elon sends is a de facto public statement from the company. It is critical to make it clear to our teams and potential talent pool that their messages do not reflect our work, our mission, or our values.”

Along with the remarks, the workers propose to “address and publicly condemn Elon’s harmful behavior on Twitter”; “hold all leaders equally accountable” for their improper behavior; “clearly define what exactly is intended by SpaceX’s ‘no jerks’ and ‘zero tolerance’ policies and consistently enforce them.”

Until At this time, the number of people who have signed the document is unknown; however, the final version is expected to be delivered to Gwynne Shotwell, president of the space firm.

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