Disney CEO Bob Iger asks employees to return to office 4 days a week

Bloomberg | , Posted by Lingamagunta Nirmitha Rao

The Walt Disney Company is asking its employees to return to company offices four days a week starting March 1, according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg.

“Staff currently working in a hybrid fashion will be asked to spend four days a week on site, with Monday to Thursday targeted as in-person workdays,” Bob Iger, who returned as Disney’s chief executive officer in November, said the memorandum.

igers running burbank, California based entertainment giant From 2005 to 2020, said in his first meeting with staff after returning last year that he planned to spend a lot of time in the office and joked that he hoped he wouldn’t be lonely. He also suggested that employees may adjust their hours to avoid traffic when they return.

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In Monday’s memo, Iger praised employees for their work, citing the company’s film Avatar: The Way of Water, which became the seventh-highest-grossing film of all time, as well as Monday Night Football by ESPN. Asphalt is tasked with dealing with Hamlin’s cardiac arrest during.

Iger said in the memo, “In a creative business like ours, nothing can replace the ability to connect, observe, and create with peers that comes from physically being together, nor from learning from leaders and mentors professionally.” opportunity to grow exponentially.” First reported by CNBC.

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