Amazon.com Inc. will let company managers decide when corporate employees need to return to the office—if at all—shifting its earlier stance that workers should resume working from offices in January.
“We’re intentionally not prescribing how many days or which days—this is for directors to determine with their senior leaders and teams,” CEO Andy Jassy said in an email to employees. “The decisions should be guided by what will be most effective for our customers; and not surprisingly, we will all continue to be evaluated by how we deliver for customers, regardless of where the work is performed.”
Like many companies, Amazon has adjusted its return-to-work plans amid a
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