Zoom Calls Employees Back to Office
The company was once considered a remote work champion
Video communications company Zoom became a mainstay of the pandemic, allowing employees to work from home and from anywhere in the world as it reopened.
But in an unexpected twist, the San Jose-based company now wants its own employees back in the office, joining a growing number of businesses instituting return mandates.
Employees who live near an office must work in person at least twice a week, Zoom said in an emailed statement. "We believe that a structured hybrid approach" is most effective for the company, it said. The mandate would apply to people living within 50 miles of an office, Business Insider reported.
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