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While it shouldn’t be celebrated, selling the family dog isn’t something to blame on the company.
Lots of people go to the office and have a dog. If dog ownership is 100% based on you working from home for a decade, then you are taking the risk of not keeping your dog.
This is on the owner, not the company. Definitely a bad move for the company to even address this issue publicly. This is unfortunate for all parties involved.
What an absolute choad.
> He raised a number of accusations and claimed monitoring of remote employees had shown 30 had entirely stopped logging or even opening their laptop for a month as part of a “quiet quitting” movement.
And what makes this genius think those same people will not come into the office and do the same quiet quitting?
If that is his reasoning for forcing people back to work, he’s a fool.
What a horrible picture.
If this was in fiction it would be written off as “unrealistic”.
“but I believe the data will also support this in time”
Translation: I have no rational reason for doing this, but you have to do it anyway because I own you.
Who the hell sells a family dog.
Maybe it’s because we’ve just spent days mourning our family mutt, but if you must get rid of your ‘family’ dog/cat/other, you should be looking for a good home, not for the most cash.
One of the many bizarre rants is about mothers working full time while taking care of kids full time.
He tries to say “that’s really challenging” which of course it is, but it just comes off super condescending.
> “I challenge any one of you to outwork me, but you won’t,” he also told his staff.
Again, super condescending.
Overall he sounds like a terrible communicator for someone heading a marketing firm.