Snap The latest company to try to bring workers back to The office.

Beginning in February, Snap employees will be expected to At least 80% spend their time on the internet in The officeComing out to Four days a week According to the majority of employees, to A memo from within the company. Bloomberg. The policyEvan Spiegel, CEO, called it “Evan Spiegel”. “default together,” This would be applicable to All of Snap’s 30 offices around the world.

Spiegel stated that the new return-to-normalization policy is a good policy It would be a great help Snap (*4*) its “full potential” They argued that workers might give up “in terms of our individual convenience” This would be compensated by “our collective success.” 

Snap Not immediately available to respond to a Request for Comment

Snap Was an early follower of a remote-first policy COVID was founded in to spread in The U.S. But in Spiegel said in a memo that he is concerned about what the extended work-from-home period has meant for him. “we’ve forgotten what we’ve lost—and what we could gain—by spending more time together.”

Spiegel’s comments echo other remarks from corporate leaders trying to get workers You will never have to commute. David Solomon, Goldman Sachs CEO, told The Sunday Review in February that the bank’s “cultural foundation” Required people to Be back in The officeJamie Dimon, JPMorgan CEO, has stated that remote work fosters dishonesty.

Many companies have attempted this. to Mandates in-person work. BlackRock and Apple ask this question. workers to Visit in Three days a weekWith others like General Motors planning to Each state will impose its own three-year plandays-a-week Mandates in The coming year. 

Recently, Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter demanded that workers Enter the officeSay it only “exceptional” workers An allowance would be granted to work-from-home. (Musk was reportedly seen walking). back Twitter employees chose to not comply with this demand to embrace the new CEO’s “hardcore” working culture.)

Snap’s demand for people to Visit back to The office It is among a The social media company is in a slump 

Snap The company stated that it will reduce its workforce by 20% on August 30, due to low quarterly revenue growth. It also announced that it would cut spending in Its augmented reality division.

Social media company reported their slowest quarterly sales growth Everyday in It was at 6% in late October. “macroeconomic headwinds” And “increased competition.” Snap Also, it announced that it would also shut down its office in San Francisco, a statement about the space “lightly used by team members following our move to flexible work” in a memo, according to Bloomberg.

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