“At a company of our size, there is no one-size-fits-all approach for how every team works best,” Jassy stated. “For our corporate roles, instead of specifying that people work a baseline of three days a week in the office, we’re going to leave this decision up to individual teams,” he added, referring to Amazon’s earlier coverage of how typically it could require workers to be current in particular person.
Company administrators will decide what frequency of in-person work fits their teams, Jassy stated.
“We expect that there will be teams that continue working mostly remotely, others that will work some combination of remotely and in the office, and still others that will decide customers are best served having the team work mostly in the office,” Jassy stated.
The firm will nonetheless have sure necessities for how shut workers should be to the office, even when they are primarily distant.
“At this stage, we want most of our people close enough to their core team that they can easily travel to the office for a meeting within a day’s notice,” Jassy stated.
In his word, he praised these teams and stated their work is “highly appreciated.”