Thread regarding IBM layoffs

IBM RTO Master Thread

Put your thoughts about ROT (Return to Office) in this thread...

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@3gmk,

I’ll let HR and building director know that we’re following your orders and not theirs.
Thanks for the info

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Post ID: @6bim+1cadsUqC
Who's signing up to share a toilet with your nasty coworkers?

Arvind wants us working together cheek-to-cheek.

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Post ID: @5pys+1cadsUqC

Who's signing up to share a toilet with your nasty coworkers?
Good grief there are some freak shows out there.

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Post ID: @4kdq+1cadsUqC

There is no mandatory RTO policy. It's volunteer and you have to sign up/reserve a seat somewhere on each day you would like to go in. You also have to wear a mask 100% of the time. It's not possible to make everybody go in due to lack of space.

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Post ID: @3gmk+1cadsUqC

I think there will be too many people who will refuse going back into the office that they will have no choice but to drop the d-mb mandatory RTO policy.
Almost every company is staying remote or returning to remote.
And masks? Give me a break, you'd have to be out of your mind.

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Post ID: @3pcf+1cadsUqC
listen to AKs ... It's going to be flexible

Those not flexible enough to bend over will be included in next RA for lack of performance.

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Post ID: @3tiu+1cadsUqC

Bruh, listen to AKs office hours, It's going to be flexible.

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Post ID: @3bla+1cadsUqC

My wife’s company of 18,000 employees recently made the decision to go 100% WFH and they are running like a well oiled machine. Closed all commercial buildings and didn’t renew the leases.

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Post ID: @2esm+1cadsUqC

It’s definitely not up to the teams to decide otherwise most buildings would stay closed.
You keep California dreaming, but it’s definitely a nightmare

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Post ID: @1dty+1cadsUqC

Seriously, this horse has been beaten into the ground. They aren’t mandating it, it’s up to teams to decide their plan. Let’s keep the talk about layoffs and how bad the boomers hate their unmarketable skills.

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Post ID: @1rro+1cadsUqC

Same here in So Cal - we are not going back any time soon

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Post ID: @hqt+1cadsUqC

They'll likely give you a choice... come back to the office... or leave...

Doesn't matter what you want.

The economic world is largely tweaked at all times to ensure labor cannot exert significant price pressure on ownership.

So ultimately it isn't up to the worker.

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Post ID: @dfi+1cadsUqC

The only thing we're going back to is March 2020.

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Post ID: @mnu+1cadsUqC

Lay offs don’t require back to office

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Post ID: @cvs+1cadsUqC

Sorry, No chance in BAY AREA.

https://covid19.sccgov.org/news-releases/pr-08-02-2021-health-officials-urge-immediate-vaccination-and-require-face-covering-indoors

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Post ID: @ahy+1cadsUqC

If Delta continues at the current pace we will not be going back at all

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