Today, is the future of work in an office, at home, or a hybrid?
Then, Apple fires an engineer over a book from 2016. Is this cancel culture gone too far?
Finally, a potential sneak peak at Twitter’s new subscription service, Twitter Blue.
I’m Steven Rosenbaum and this is Future Forward
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- Google: Original plan for partial reopening: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/31/google-speeds-partial-office-reopening-and-puts-limits-on-remote-work.html
- Google changes its mind and says, “The future of work is flexibility” – Sundar Pichai: https://www.inc.com/jason-aten/googles-3-word-plan-for-returning-to-work-is-best-ive-ever-seen.html
- WeWork’s CEO says the most engaged employees will go back to the office and gets massive criticism: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/tech-ceos-are-savagely-mocking-weworks-chief-exec-for-saying-the-least-engaged-employees-enjoy-working-from-home/ar-BB1gHbY5
APPLE HIRES ADS ENGINEER AND FIRES HIM FIVE DAYS LATER AFTER 2,000 EMPLOYEES SIGN A PETITION
MORE SPECULATION ON TWITTERS SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE, TWITTER BLUE – $2.99 – Collections, Edit Tweet, and other premium features
Twitter should add verification as a paid feature or at least modify its policy around it. Anything less and it creates confusion and an unfair advantage in elections: