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Zillow's CEO is warning that the future of work could create a 'two-class system' where those who come into the office are viewe

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  • Zillow CEO Rich Barton discussed the future of work during the company's Q4 earnings call.

  • A hybrid model could create a "two-class system" that negatively impacts remote workers, he said.

  • Others have echoed his concerns. GitLab's CEO called a hybrid model "the worst of both worlds."

Avery Hartmans
 
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  • Zillow CEO Rich Barton discussed the future of work during the company's Q4 earnings call.

  • A hybrid model could create a "two-class system" that negatively impacts remote workers, he said.

  • Others have echoed his concerns. GitLab's CEO called a hybrid model "the worst of both worlds."

 

 

Throughout the pandemic, the buzzy phrase in corporate America has been "hybrid model" - as in, a new way of working that involves both remote work and coming into a physical office a few days per week or month.

And while that model seems like an elegant solution for life post-coronavirus, there may be a hidden downside for employees, Zillow CEO Rich Barton warned.

 

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