RTO / Bonus Connection Question: Is there a connection between being physically in the office and bonus?
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Not a direct connection. But seeing as how Walt used to say we will have a "world class workplace flexibility program that treats everyone equally" and now he's saying "you just won't get the same career progression as those in the office" I think you can be pretty sure your bonus will also be lower.
I have the complete dataset of Schwab bonus payout, and time spent in office for the past 2 years. I ran a linear regression, using gradient descent, and found a strong correlation between bonus payout and office physicality. Office physicality is a thing. And is measurable.
Also added the extra data point for flip flop decision making, and saying yes to each instance, No relation was found between that datapoint and the target variable of bonus payout.
If you provide your grade, base salary (approximate if fine), and number of days physically being onsite, I can do inference on my model to provide you the predicted target output of bonus payout for 2022.
No connection. Bonus is directly tied to saying yes to every flip flop decision that Noodles makes
Not that I heard of, other than the obvious time suck of traffic and buying gas weekly again.