Earlier today, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon continued laying out the case for employees being in the office. Dimon, one of many prominent CEOs who have advocated for in-office work, said “management by Hollywood Squares doesn’t work well,” according to Triangle Business Journal’s Lauren Ohnesorge. Speaking before a group of business leaders at the University of North Carolina, Dimon suggested they look at “who’s getting ahead, who’s getting the plum assignments?” It’s the person going into the office every day, Dimon said. But a new survey shows a disconnect lingers between many top executives and front-line workers about the future of remote work — even after many businesses have embraced a hybrid setup.
As prominent CEOs cast doubts on remote work, some employees worry about future of WFH
September 30, 2022