The creator of ChatGPT said that teleworking is over

The creator of ChatGPT said that teleworking is over
The creator of ChatGPT said that teleworking is over

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, at a conference hosted by Stripe discussed the future of remote workyoueither.

Although remote work is not going away, many firms have chosen to reduce telecommuting as restrictions to combat COVID have been lifted, including some companies, such as Twitter, have even eliminated it.

The executive director of the firm that created ChatGPT stated that the biggest mistake of the tech industry was to think that everyone could work from home, “and that startups did not have to be together”, according to Business Today.

Altman noted that the belief that there would be no loss of creativity led the firms to run an experiment on telecommuting that is now “done.”

He also pointed out that, currently, the technological level “is not good enough” for employees to work in a complete teleworking regime.

On the other hand, in January of this year he stated that some companies were suffering the negative effects of teleworking, although he acknowledged that it may work for some. The businessman insisted on the idea that teleworking does not encourage hard work.

Bob Iger, CEO of Disney – whose employees come to the office at least four days a week – said in a message sent to workers that “in a creative business like ours, nothing can replace the ability to connect, observe and create with colleagues by being physically together.

Andy Jassy, ​​CEO of Amazon, stated that there is something “in being face to face with others, looking into their eyes and seeing that they are completely immersed in whatever it is that they are discussing”.

However, there are companies that have made the opposite bet and have reinforced teleworking with the aim of gaining competitiveness.

Atlassian, a large software company, decided to incorporate telecommuting into its organizational structure and created the ‘Team Anyware’ program, which gives its teleworkers greater flexibility in terms of time and place.

For its part, Rent a Recruiter, an Irish SME, decided last year to combine the four-day week with teleworking with the aim of increasing its competitiveness in the market.

In short, most have opted for a hybrid model that allows firms to retain workers who would not accept going to the office every day and, at the same time, persuade the most qualified professionals who seek flexibility in time and place when it comes to work.

Source: Ambito

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