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Amazon implements hybrid work model, requiring employees to work from office for 3 days a week

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Amazon CEO Andy Jassy has called on employees to return to working from offices, stating that it would help the company. 

In an official blog post, Jassy outlined the advantages of working in offices and suggested that staff spend at least three days a week in the office. 

He expressed optimism that this change would be beneficial for the many businesses located near the company's urban headquarters in the Puget Sound, Virginia, Nashville, and other cities worldwide where Amazon employees work.

Amazon has announced via an official blog post that they are asking employees to return to the office. During the pandemic, many companies shifted their operations online and work from home became the new normal. 

However, as the world recovers, more and more companies are ending the work from home culture and are asking people to work from offices instead.

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy explains that the company had the opportunity to observe various work models during the pandemic, including teams working from home, in the office full-time, and hybrid models. 

The company listened to employee feedback and observed team performance, as well as spoke with leaders at other companies, to determine the best approach for enabling Amazon to make customers' lives better and easier every day. 

The company's views on the optimal approach evolved as the pandemic wore on and then eased.

Jassy wrote in an official blog post that the company has decided to shift back to working from offices for the majority of the time, at least three days per week. 

The decision was made after observing various models of work during the pandemic and prioritizing what would best enable the company to make customers' lives better and easier every day. 

The post then explains the benefits of working from offices, such as better collaboration, learning, and connection. However, the execution details of this shift have not been worked out yet, according to Jassy's statement.

In the meanwhile, Amazon announced significant job cuts last month, eliminating about 18,000 positions. Following the announcement of the news, individuals immediately began sharing their experiences on LinkedIn and Twitter. 

The business is reportedly on a cost-cutting frenzy and intends to sell a vacant office in California that's been acquired in October 2021, according to reports that have surfaced.

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