Amazon has no plans to bring employees back to the office, says CEO Andy Jassy

“We have no plans to require people to come back,” Jassy said Wednesday at a Code conference in Los Angeles. “But we will proceed adaptively as we learn.”

Online retail giant Announced last October It says that individual managers and teams will be able to decide how much time they spend in the office, and Jassy said at the time, “There is no one-size-fits-all approach for all teams to work optimally.” And it looks like that attitude will continue for the foreseeable future.
As a company, Jassy’s stance could serve as a marker into the tech and corporate world. over the summer Step up efforts to get employees back to the office.

A recent survey by business consulting firm Gartner found that 69% of mid- to large-sized employers said employees with jobs that could be done remotely were required to work a certain number of days. I’m here.

Google began to demand employees Apple plans to introduce a similar requirement, but starting in April of this year, you’ll be in the office three days a week. faced backlash From an employee (the plan was later shelving amid a rise in Covid cases near the company’s Bay Area headquarters).
Flexible policies apply Amazon (AMZN)As well as its corporate employees, the company has thousands of delivery drivers and warehouse workers whose jobs do not allow them to work from home.In particular, many of them try to unite Seeking better working conditions.


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