Companies' hard-line stance on returning to the office is backfiring
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Thousands of employees at SAP are expressing their discontent with the company's new back-to-office directive, with many considering leaving rather than returning to in-person work.
"I'm not a big believer that on a video conference platform you can understand our culture, you can get educated, and you can get enabled to do your job best," Klein said.
SAP's CEO, Christian Klein, has expressed frustration with the impact of remote work on the company's culture and productivity. He believes that remote work hinders employees' ability to understand the company culture and perform their best in their job.
"I'm not a big believer that on a video conference platform you can understand our culture, you can get educated, and you can get enabled to do your job best," Klein said.
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