Go back-to-office plans combating productiveness declines: Economist

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29 thoughts on “Go back-to-office plans combating productiveness declines: Economist

  1. Listen to all these rich people whining about the workers having a say. They make it sound like it’s the end of the economy. These are the elites not the Democrats

  2. It is surprising how many humans do not feel they have the divine right to experience an abundant

    life. This is so sad, when you consider that true abundance isn't something bought, or given, it is

    something that is shared. Till at last we rise forever in the arms of perfect love.

  3. 🚨 Germany is under martial law. On Oct 1, military will be deployed throughout Germany to keep the "peace". Fox news won't tell because Fox is a vassal of Klaus Schwab Davos agenda.

  4. "work at home" is a ploy whereby workers are at home doing gig-jobs whilst being paid by its own employer.
    Musk also knows this and pushes his workers to work from the company offices.

  5. 8 Times are Tough! YOU NEED JESUS TO GET THRU THIS!!! He said He will never leave us, nor forsake us. I never would have made it without Jesus!! John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."

  6. I'm more productive at home than the office. ..10 plus hours a day. After a 1.5 hour trip back home, I am not turning the computer back on. 1-2 days virtual benefits everyone. Less traffic, less carbon emotions, less parking issues, less stress. Covid changed the way we work. 5 days a week, 9-5 mentality is not realistic anymore. At least for those that produce via a computer.

  7. Still no video about farmers & truckers protest in Europe. Not even 1 video. Fox is "true" conservative. Not subjugated to Klaus Schwab Davos agenda. 🎖️👏

  8. So not true
    Has people want to go work not be underpaid

    Like specifically Avis rental cars in specific San Diego
    The pay 15h and they tell the employees to stay home “ bc they need to cut labor hours “ bc it’s slow business.
    This has been going on since July 2022
    Call employees “ don’t come work tomorrow we going to be slow “ I go work and they ask to go work after 4 or 6 h to go home early due to slow business..

    And we don’t get paid
    And they send a letter they make errors of higher deductions from my paycheck
    But I still own them $54
    How ridiculous

    Union does nothing about this

    This companies are get paid by government to hire people but it’s a scam

  9. When management stops running their business according to Computer Software the productivity will not increase. Software fights new ideas in management and technology to produce the profit stream that justifies their product. It's just a game that leaves nothing in the bank, inventory or human resource.
    Iguana

  10. My company has been begging workers to return but most are refusing. So, less productivity and mostly empty office building isn't making things good. And with so many jobs available, the company has no leverage. Companies need to put their foot down and accept some will quit. But long term productivity should be the goal instead of taking the knee to lazy employees.

  11. The Pajama Elite worked from home, hiding in their bedrooms while they made six figures, their kids falling behind in their development, yet they expected small business to be there with open arms, embracing them like an old
    Friend. All of us waiting for them to finally feel like it was “safe”. As a conservative, why don’t we give these liberal-pajama elite a taste of their own doctrine and tax them 50% of all income from 2020-2022? Let’s see how they feel about that. I was forced to stop working while they slid under the corrupt policy of “shelter in place”.

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