Could the work-from-home era be coming to an end?
SARAH MCCAMMON, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Sarah McCammon. The start of the pandemic is when many people learned for the first time about Zoom. Millions used the video conferencing service while working from home and also struggling with connections and that mute button. Now comes the irony. Three-plus years after their product became a household name, managers of Zoom have hit their limit. They told employees they're working too much from home. They now have to come to the office at least two days a week.
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