Musk weighs in on Apple delaying its return-to-office plan with bizarre ‘lazy dog’ meme

Elon Musk appeared to poke fun at Apple on Wednesday after it was revealed the tech giant was delaying its plan to return to the office.
In response to a Bloomberg report outlining Apple's postponement of plans to bring workers back to the office three days a week, Musk posted a meme that appeared to mock the company and suggested that those who work from home do not actually work.
The billionaire Tesla CEO hasn't been publicly vocal about the return-to-office debate, but he reportedly spoke last month in now-deleted tweets about turning Twitter headquarters into a homeless shelter because "nobody's showing up anyway."
During the initial COVID-19 outbreak, it was reported that workers at Tesla's Fremont, California plant were laid off because they chose to work from home - allegations Musk has denied, which Tesla said in a statement , are “fundamentally wrong”.
More recently, Musk praised China's work culture, praising Chinese workers for "burning the 3 o'clock oil" and noting that "they're not even going to leave the factory...while the people of America try not to go to work at all." “.
Employees at Twitter — social media company Musk may be on the verge of acquiring it — have reportedly raised concerns that their option to work full-time from home could be revoked if the deal goes through.
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