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Cue The Outrage! SnapChat CEO Evan Spiegel Is Going Full Twitter And Ordering People Into The Office Four Days Per Week

Source - Snap is the latest company to try to bring workers back to the office.

Starting in February, Snap employees will be expected to spend at least 80% of their time in the office, coming out to four days a week for most employees, according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg. The policy, which CEO Evan Spiegel called “default together,” would apply to all of Snap’s 30 offices around the world.

Spiegel said the new return-to-office policy would help Snap achieve its “full potential” and argued that what workers might give up “in terms of our individual convenience” would be offset by “our collective success.”

Snap, the owner of photo messaging app Snapchat, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Bahahahahaha. I love it. I love it so much. Not the fact that Snap employees have to return to the office, but the fact that you know they are absolutely bullshit about it. No longer can they fake work from the convenience of their home, they'll have to commute to the office to do it just like the rest of us. And if you think your time will never come, believe me it will. Companies are wising up to the fact that working from home is the ultimate racket. They want to maintain control and they can't do that unless you're in person. Is it stupid? Yes, but that's the way it is. And guess who we have to thank for it? This guy!

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Who even though he's catapulted into the future is bringing it back to 1950 in terms of office culture. Or maybe he's not? Maybe he just wants people to work while they're at work. I don't know. That said, there is something incredibly satisfying about seeing some blue-haired, entitled cuck freak out because they have to show up to work. 

Here's part of what Spiegel wrote in his memo…

Snap was an early adherent of a remote-first policy as COVID began to spread in the U.S. But in his memo, Spiegel wrote that he worries the extended period of working from home has meant “we’ve forgotten what we’ve lost—and what we could gain—by spending more time together.”

Not sure if "spending more time together" makes a company stronger, but that's neither here not there. Snap is returning to the office and people are going to be very upset about it. That's all I have for this one. Thanks for reading.