According to reports, Elon Musk will attend an all-hands virtual Twitter meeting on Thursday and ask questions to the company’s employees.
The meeting, first reported by Business Insider, will mark the first time the multi-billionaire will speak to Twitter employees since he launched a $44 billion bid to buy the company in April.
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed Musk’s presence, Reuters reported.
Employees of the social media giant may begin submitting questions to Musk on Wednesday, Business Insider reported, citing an internal email from Twitter chief executive Parag Agarwal.
According to the insider, Agarwal said in an email to employees, “We will cover the topics and questions raised over the past few weeks.”
Since Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk announced his intention to buy Twitter, some employees have expressed frustration and concern.
During an April meeting following Musk’s announcement, employees told executives they feared Musk’s erratic behavior could hurt the company’s bottom line, Reuters reported. He also thought about what his future could hold with the company under his leadership.
Musk has sometimes attacked Twitter’s moderation practices, saying the company should not have censored the post’s Hunter Biden laptop story before the 2020 election.
Musk last week threatened to pull out of the deal to buy Twitter, though the company said it planned to implement the agreed terms.
post with wires