Poisoned chalice? | HR is the reason Elon Musk will struggle to find a successor

HR is the reason Elon Musk will struggle to find a successor
HR is the reason Elon Musk will struggle to find a successor

It should be little surprise that within the HR community, Elon Musk’s takeover of social media giant Twitter serves as an almost ideal case study of what not to do as a leader.

We’ve all seen the innumerable headlines about threatening emails, redundancies, restructures, the expectation to work almost all the hours in the day, beds being installed in the offices of long-gone executives and meeting rooms. To put it lightly, Twitter’s culture is in total shambles, and one man is almost entirely responsible.

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