Furious Mark Zuckerberg failed to hide his irritation when worker at all-hands meeting asked if extra Meta ‘vacation’ Days will continue post-pandemic – and then reiterates that many staff ‘should not be here’

  • Mark Zuckerberg was allegedly ‘visibly frustrated’ after being asked the question by one of Facebook’s Chicago-based employees
  • He told he all-hands meeting on June 30 that there are a ‘bunch of people’ at his company who ‘shouldn’t be here’ 
  • In response, a Meta spokesperson said ‘Any company that wants to have a lasting impact must practice disciplined prioritization and work with a high level of intensity to reach goals’

Furious Mark Zuckerberg failed to hide his annoyance when he was asked by one of his staff members if Facebook’s extra Meta ‘vacation’ Days would continue post-pandemic during a all-hands meeting

The internet-giant CEO, 38, was asked the question about the extra days off – which were introduced during the coronavirus pandemic – by one Chicago-based employee during a company-wide forum on June 30.

Zuckerberg also told staff that there are a ‘bunch of people’ at his company who ‘shouldn’t be here’ and part of his plan to amp up the expectations at Meta is so people can realize ‘this place isn’t for you.’

Facebook employee Gary asked whether the extra days off introduced during the pandemic would continue in 2023 – to which Zuckerberg was allegedly ‘visibly frustrated,’ according to The Verge. 

After being asked the pre-recorded question, Zuckerberg responded: ‘Um…all right.

Mark Zuckerberg (pictured) was 'frustrated' after a Facebook employee asked him whether Meta Days - extra days off given to staff during the pandemic - were going to go ahead in 2023

Mark Zuckerberg (pictured) was ‘frustrated’ after a Facebook employee asked him whether Meta Days – extra days off given to staff during the pandemic – were going to go ahead

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