Companies' hard-line stance on returning to the office is backfiring
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Thousands of employees at Europe's largest software company, SAP, have signed a letter expressing their disappointment and threat to leave over the company's decision to require in-person work at least three days a week.
It's a stark shift from the company's pre-pandemic approach, which allowed about half of SAP's workforce to be remote.
SAP's CEO, Christian Klein, expressed frustration with remote work's effects on the company's culture, stating that video conferences cannot replace the understanding of the company's culture.
"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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