Amazon relies on ‘serendipity’ for office return; employees want data

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Adam Selipsky, head of Amazon’s cloud computing business, wouldn’t give employees any data to back up the decision to require workers to come back to the office. But he did have some stories to share, according to an Amazon Web Services employee who attended the all-hands meeting. A discussion with a quantum computing professor in Tel Aviv, Israel, sparked a second, impromptu meeting with a different group of employees, Selipsky said at the all-hands. Though that technology lesson may not have changed those workers’ lives, Selipsky continued, it still exemplifies “the serendipity” of…

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