US companies crack down on work-from-home staff
Business Standard|August 15, 2023
Amazon is cracking down on US workers who have ignored its return-to-office guidelines, in the latest example of companies attempting to reduce the amount of time employees work remotely.
US companies crack down on work-from-home staff

Some US employees at Amazon received an email this week stating that they are not meeting the company's expectation of spending at least three days a week in the office, according to a copy of the message seen by Bloomberg. The Financial Times reported on the email previously.

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