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Time is running out on some employees who have become accustomed to working remotely.
Although many companies have agreed to implement remote or hybrid arrangements indefinitely, other employers are pushing back by demanding that workers begin showing up to the office more often.
Following are some key companies that are reviving the daily commute — and forcing some workers to make tough decisions about whether to stick with their current job or to find something new.
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Disney is the place where dreams come true — unless your fantasy is to work from home several days each week.
Disney CEO Bob Iger — who recently reclaimed his old post after about a year away from the company — told employees that they must return to working in corporate offices at least four days a week starting March 1.
In an email CNBC obtained, Iger calls creativity “the heart and soul” of Disney’s mission:
“And in a creative business like ours, nothing can replace the ability to connect, observe, and create with peers that comes from being physically together, nor the opportunity to grow professionally by learning from leaders and mentors.”
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