After the Kovid-19 epidemic, almost all the companies had to send their employees to work from home.
Three years later and with the lifting of the health emergency, Companies are asking their employees to return to office again, So the modus operandi of working at home will disappear.
Furthermore, investors are putting pressure on companies because Not seeing results in productivity And they haven’t favorably considered remote work.
Google, Amazon and Twitter are some examples of giant firms asking their employees to return to offices.
South African millionaire and owner of Tesla and Twitter companies, Elon Musk has criticized working from home because he believes it is “morally wrong…you are going to work from home and the people who make your car and cook your food are not doing Can. Is it morally right? Sure, it’s a moral problem.”
In addition, he pointed out that “people are more productive when they work on-site.”
Kasturi’s criticism is specifically directed at the ‘laptop generation’, which refers to people who do not want to go back to work in offices and, conversely, prefer more flexible options while doing their work.
According to technology company HubSpot, in one of its global reports, around 33% of people working from home feel that it is more difficult to build relationships and establish connections when they are remote.
And more than a third indicated that relationships with co-workers are one of the motivations for continuing to work.
In this context the companies have faced two situations; Wave of layoffs due to high inflation and interest rate pressure and a wave of resignations by workers demanding better working conditions.
In an interview conducted by Insider with technology investor and partner at Deepwater Asset Management, Gann Munster, it was reported that wave of layoffs may spread,
According to data from Layoffs.com, in 2022 alone, more than 154,000 people were laid off in the technology sector.