– Amazon CEO Andy Jassy said in a memo Monday that the company is leaving it up to individual team managers to decide how often their employees come in to work when offices reopen next year.
– The company previously set a baseline of three days a week in the office.
Amazon is giving its employees more flexibility to work from home even after its offices begin to reopen next year.
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