Breaks rules | CEO 'demands' workers return to office for his 'personal life'

CEO 'demands' workers return to office for his 'personal life'

Despite a September U-turn over a push to get workers back into the office, many are still heading back – and for some bizarre and illogical reasons.

“Our CEO thrives on office life – it’s very much a part of his personal life,” explains Jasmine*, speaking to WIRED. “He wants everyone back in for personal reasons. And to ensure everyone is working and not slacking off.”

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