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Amazon to allow employees to work remotely indefinitely. Thoughts?

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Not true. This is an option, true, but decision will be taken by directors for all of their teams which would have feeble chance to allow complete WFH. Most likely option is hybrid model.


I highly doubt it - I think it's all recruitment buzz, but when it actually gets down to it, it won't happen


Amazon? Never. They'll make it to Mars before that happened


I hadn't heard this, but it seems unlikely. Would be nice for those who prefer WFH, though.

Haha that'll never happen, but I do think they will present the option for those who don't necessarily need to be in the office.

I agree that it's posted, but as per the latest internal update, date's set to Jan 3rd and might be 3 days work from office and 2 from home.


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