Amazon gave its employees a sense of when they’d be returning to offices in an internal memo this week, as previously reported by CNBC. As
“Our plan is to return to an office-centric culture as our baseline,” it told workers “We believe it enables us to invent, collaborate, and learn together most effectively.”
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Many of Amazon’s employees in Asia have already returned to their offices, but it acknowledges that getting European workers back might take longer due to “recent setbacks.”
The e-commerce giant’s warehouse workers have gone into work throughout the pandemic, which helped it earn record profits in 2020.