As remote work became commonplace during the pandemic, some individuals are encountering challenges in readjusting to the traditional office culture. Today, many prioritize remote work and consider it a crucial factor when seeking new employment opportunities.
Consequently, when companies backtrack on their promises to offer remote work options, employees can feel let down.
For instance, an Amazon employee said that he was initially hired for a remote position but was later required to return to the office for at least three days.
The employee who kept his identity anonymous mentioned, “I don’t see myself returning to Amazon ever again as too many bridges have been burned,”
A few weeks ago, Amazon’s CEO gave an ultimatum to employees, stating that they needed to come back or “It’s probably not going to work out for you at Amazon.”
But the policy still applies for those who were originally hired to work from home.