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  • Writer's pictureAmi Kassar

AmiSight 10/7: Is Remote Work Sustainable?

In a recent presentation, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, told business leaders at UNC why remote work isn't sustainable. Dimon is ready to call an end to the Zoom calls when it comes to remote work.


How is your Organization recalibrating to the post-pandemic world? I know of some organizations that have shut down their offices and have no plans to return. But on the other hand, others are calling their employees back to the office and meeting resistance.


At our company, we met halfway. We are encouraging everyone to come in about half the time and trying to align schedules, so everyone is in the office at the same time. We feel that this "togetherness" is critical for our culture

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apeterson
Oct 07, 2022

Employees will opt fo the freedom for working at home. Employees may not opt for what's best for the company. Collaboration. Being together. The energy that is present. The ideas that occur... This just doesn't happen from an empty office with periodic Zoom calls set at the whim and preference of the employees. IMO and experience.

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julia
Oct 07, 2022

Jamie is old school, and out of step with today's work environment and worker needs. The black and white model of either in person or remote with no vision of melding the environments is short sighted at best and arrogant at worst. The 19080's model of autocratic leadership ("my way or the highway") will not bring good results in the long term.

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Lisa Knight
Lisa Knight
Oct 07, 2022

I am so grateful that my company allows me to work remotely. I get to be a part of an amazing business and live more than a thousand miles away. I also do training and education for our clients who live all over the country, mostly remote. Having this remote option has allowed our company to grow and scale quickly.

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