“In a company the size of us, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to how each team works best,” Jassy said. “For our corporate functions, instead of specifying that people work three days a week in the office, we will leave that decision in the hands of individual teams,” he added, referring to the previous policy of Amazon about how often it would do that. require the presence of employees.
Company executives will decide how often in-person work fits their teams, Jassy said.
“We hope that there will be teams that continue to work mostly remotely, others that work in combination remotely and in the office, and others that will decide that customers are better served because the team works primarily in the office, ”Jassy said.
The company will still have certain requirements regarding the proximity of employees to the office, even if they are primarily remote.
“At this stage, we want most of our people to be close enough to their basic equipment so that they can easily travel to the office for a meeting with a day’s notice,” Jassy said.
In his note, he praised these teams and said their work is “highly appreciated”.