What's the future of remote work? Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and others weigh in 1

What’s the future of remote work? Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and others weigh in

Foreseeable Future is CNN Business’ live event series that brings transformative voices together to discuss and debate disruptive shifts in business and technology, serving as a catalyst to inspire action. CNN’s Kathryn Vasel speaks with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, BetterUp CEO Alexi Robichaux, Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud, and DocuSign CEO Dan Springer about how hybrid offices, remote work, and office culture will evolve past the pandemic. #CNN #News #Business


  1. I remember a few years back they would scan and bag your groceries.
    Now we have to do it ourselves + pay more for those same goods.

    1. Are we supposed to scan every item? maybe I get an occasional free-bee, don’t ask me to be a store cashier, I’m not good at that


  3. I no wanna go back to office. Wanted this poition moved home for 8 years. Took a pandemic to get my wish

  4. It should be optional to go back to the office. I love working from home. I don’t need to collaborate with my co-workers. I do just fine lol

  5. I’m sure McDonalds and Walmart workers would love the option of working from too but poverty tho

    1. They don’t need homes. AOC pointed out that those people have to work three full time jobs, which is 24hrs a day.

  6. Nothing can replace a firm handshake when greeting someone or a pat on the back for a job well done.

    1. I don’t want to waste my previous time just for a “Firm Handshake” and waste whole day sitting inside a boring cubicle

    2. Well in India, we have something more respectful and friendly than a firm handshake called “namaste” . And in a gender inclusive workplace how do you suppose a “pat on the back” would be interpreted?

  7. Newscasters should be required to wear masks to set an example. They talk about it but never do it

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