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#1. Hybrid work is “the hell of half measures,” says Yelp CEO.
Hybrid work has long divided executives and those imagining the future of work. Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman has a new perspective on it: “the worst of both worlds.” In an interview with the Washington Post, Stoppelman says that only 1% of his more than 4,000 employees go to the office every day. It’s a “hell of half measures,” the CEO says, adding that a company can still create a fun atmosphere and vibrant company culture with remote work. That’s why his company is going to slowly start shutting down offices and move to a fully remote structure over time. Read more here.