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Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says the parent firm of the world's largest cloud service provider will likely slow the rate at which it's hiring staff, while noting he has no plans to force current workers to return to the office. Jassy told the Code Conference in Los Angeles last night: "We don't have a plan to require people to come …

  1. TonyJ

    Not sure how much slower they can go...

    ...three times over the last 18 months I've been contacted by AWS looking to gauge my interest in different roles. Twice I said ok, tell me more.

    Both times it supposedly went away to a hiring manager and I heard nothing back.

    The third time I just said no thanks.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    "he has no plans to force current workers to return to the office"

    their drivers will have to keep on filling those bottles up with 'lucozade' rather than taking rest breaks...

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