The remote work does not please the leaders of several companies, who have been progressively ordering the return to the offices.
That’s the case for James Clarke, the CEO of U.S. digital marketing company Clearlink.
In a video, the company’s leader commemorates the. workers to make sacrifices to return to the office after establishing that employees living 50 miles from the company must return to the office four days a week and leave remote work.
Clarke accuses 30 employees of having “quietly resigned,” claiming that they did not open their laptops in a whole month.
“I challenge all of you to work harder than me, but you won’t,” he instructs workers in a video posted by Vice.
Congratulate someone for selling their dog.
Many employees were surprised by the sudden change of opinion in the company about the remote workwith many of them hired with the idea that this would be their mode of employment.
For the CEO, the employees should prioritize work over their family life, including pets.
“I learned from one of our leaders, after hearing this message (someone) went to sell his family dog,” encouraging workers to do the same.
He also referred to the mothersasserting that it was “not fair to the employer or the children” that they have a job on time.