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Vivek Ramaswamy: The New York Times could be better off if people worked from home

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Vivek Ramaswamy discussed with Greg Gutfeld and guests how New York Times employees are resisting going back to the office over inflation concerns in “Gutfeld!”

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VIVEK RAMASWAMY: I mean, this is the only company that could be the exception where if are doing less work from home, the company’s product could actually be better. But putting that aside, there’s a lot of truth to what Tyrus said, and we’re seeing this in other industries, right? then knowledgebased industries, engineering firms, etc. You know, this is if you don’t go in, the office will see a zoom screen. You could also see someone in another country on a zoom screen. So I see this first hand, right? I mean, a company that we hear this kind of stuff from all the time, a company in Ohio. And at the end of the day, we say, okay, you have to go in. Well, so they say, if I’m going to be on a zoom screen, oh, we have a time zone issue. That is why you cannot outsource to Europe or Asia. Actually, those people are willing to stay up late at night and get up early in the morning and also work harder for less pay.

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