There's no going back for office workers

Tuesday - 23/08/2022 06:49
Employees often don't understand why they need to come into work — especially when they arrive and wind up doing a lot of Zoom meetings, said Grau, who works with employers on best practices around remote work.
Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios
Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios

Efforts by CEOs to push workers back to the office are failing, as it's becoming increasingly clear that the world of strictly in-office work is gone.

Why it matters: While the country is back to normal from the height of the pandemic in so many ways — we go to restaurants, movies, get on planes — office life appears to be permanently changed. 

  • What was once unthinkable — white-collar work done almost entirely from your house — has now become pretty typical.

Driving the news: Some employees at Apple are pushing back against an order from CEO Tim Cook to return to the office three days a week starting next month, the FT reports. Cook wants to hang on to the "in-person collaboration essential to our culture," according to the report.

  • A group of Apple workers are circulating a petition protesting the "uniform mandate" and demanding more flexibilit
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