Mark Zuckerberg thinks people who work in person ‘get more done’

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In a letter (opens in new tab) to employees earlier this week, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg declared 2023 the company’s “Year of Efficiency” as it continues to struggle with the challenging economic conditions that led it to lay off about 11,000 employees late last year.

The letter describes how “personal time helps build relationships and get more done,” leading many employees to fear a massive return to the office (RTO) mandate could jeopardize their role.

To be clear, the announcement doesn’t force workers to return to work, but it certainly lays the groundwork for what many believe will soon become a requirement.

An internal study found that technicians who joined the company in person and then moved to a remote location, or technicians who remained in person the entire time, outperformed those who only worked remotely.

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