Amazon tells employees to work from office three days a week

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Amazon tells employees to work from office 3 days a week
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Amazon tells employees to work from office 3 days a week

Work from office improves team connectivity, the CEO says

Amazon is asking its employees to come into the office for a minimum of three days per week starting 1st May. In an official blog post, Amazon's CEO Andy Jassy emphasised the advantages of worki...

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