Why Are So Many Leaders Botching the Return to the Office? Leaders often claim that people are a company's most important resource, yet those who shun telework do not abide by this principle.
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Following resignations and significant backlash from employees, Uber recently abandoned its plan to make all corporate employees go back to the office. You'd think Uber's leaders learned nothing from Amazon's June 10 decision to permit employees to work on a hybrid schedule after employee turnover and opposition. And neither Uber nor Amazon seemed to have learned from Google already reversing its intention to have everyone in the office.
Each of these companies wasted millions of dollars in employee churn, recruitment challenges, decrease in morale and productivity and changes to staffing and office-management plans. Yet now reports are suggesting that Apple faces similar pushback from within.
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