Tesla CEO Elon Musk has his own way of communicating.

CNBC obtained friendly mass emails Musk sent to employees about listening to music on the job, along with another email that really “gets his point across” about how he feels about managers following directions.

The emails that were sent out to employees on Oct. 3. and Oct. 4., which show two very different sides of Musk, just one day apart.

Around the same time, on Oct. 4, Telsa was required to pay out a former employee, Owen Diaz, for experiencing a hostile work environment while working in a Tesla car plant in Fremont, California. Diaz won the case and was paid about $137 million from Tesla.

Musk, 50, is known for his eccentric qualities. The world's richest man has famously made bizarre comments on his Twitter account, making his emails to company employees seem trivial in comparison.

The first email read:

Just wanted to say that I very much support music in the factory, as well as any little touches that make work more enjoyable.

An associate just sent me a note asking if we could have one ear bud for music so the other ear can listen for safety-related issues. That sounds fine to me.

Also, ambient music from speakers is also totally cool so long as there is reasonable agreement among your colleagues as to the music choices.

If there are other things that you think would improve your day, please let me know. I care very much that you look forward to coming to work every day!”

The second email read:

If an email is sent from me with explicit directions, there are only three actions allowed by managers.

1. Email me back to explain why what I said was incorrect. Sometimes, I’m just plain wrong!

2. Request further clarification if what I said was ambiguous.

3. Execute the directions.

If none of the above are done, that manager will be asked to resign immediately.

Thank you"