I'm going to "reserve my position" until the full story on the cabin
crew harassment case comes out. As Gwynne Shotwell (President/COO of SpaceX) said recently, she's been flying on Elons plane for over 12 years (and Musk doesn't use commercial
aircraft) and it doesn't have cabin
crew - only a pilot/co-pilot - You bring your own lunch bag. So I'll wait and see.
Some insight into Musk and his drive. There is a big difference between someone who plays with other peoples money
and those that play with their own and make hard decisions. There is a book called Liftoff by Eric Berger and it goes through the early days of SpaceX.
They were on their 3rd launch of the Falcon1 and they (ie Musk as he was the only investor) were out of money
and if it failed, they were in big trouble. It launched, went out of control and crashed. Hans koenigsmann who was working for Musk at the time thought, well that's it, it's all over - Musk will take his remaining $30/$40M and pack it in, retire and live well on the remainder.
Instead Musk turned to him, said fix it and lets go one more time. They did and a year later were successful and NASA awarded them a $3B contract
to deliver cargo to the ISS.
That's what makes him successful over and over. Yes I wish he would park the social comments and just stay in the background but that won't happen.
Originally Posted by GordMay
As previously noted, SpaceX has fired a number of
employees, who wrote, and shared a letter , criticizing the behavior of CEO Elon Musk, with the company’s president criticizing the letter as “overreaching activism.”
Shared in an internal SpaceX Microsoft Teams channel, with more than 2,600 employees, the letter  argues that the company is not living up to its oft-stated “No *******” policy, and its zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy.
The open letter  from the employees referenced recent accusations of sexual misconduct involving Musk that reportedly prompted a $250,000 settlement. Musk said the allegations were "utterly untrue" and made a crude joke about some of the details on Twitter.
 The Open Letter: