Amazon CEO Andy Jassy has a message to workers who don’t need to return to the workplace: “It’s not going to work out for you.” That’s based on a report from Insider, which says Jassy made that assertion throughout a gathering earlier this month.
That clearly hasn’t modified Amazon’s place on the matter. In a recording of the assembly obtained by Insider, Jassy instructed staff, “It’s previous the time to disagree and commit,” including that “in the event you can’t disagree and commit… it’s in all probability not going to work out for you at Amazon as a result of we’re going again to the workplace at the very least three days per week.”
Jassy reportedly mentioned his determination to have workers return to the workplace was a “judgment name” and that workers can depart in the event that they don’t need to comply. “It’s not proper for all of our teammates to be in three days per week and for individuals to refuse to take action,” Jassy acknowledged. The Verge reached out to Amazon with a request for remark however didn’t instantly hear again.