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Amazon is reprimanding its US workers for not spending enough time in the office, sending a stern email about its work policy to employees this week.

“We are reaching out as you are not currently meeting our expectation of joining your colleagues in the office at least three days a week, even though your assigned building is ready,” the email reads, according to a screenshot shared on the anonymous corporate message board Blind and confirmed by Amazon.

“We expect you to start coming into the office three or more days a week now,” the email continued, adding that if the recipient had received the email in error or had a specific reason prohibiting them from attending the office, they should have a conversation with their manager as soon as possible.

When asked to clarify the circumstances under which an employee might receive such an email, Amazon said it was intended for workers who “have badged in fewer than 3 days a week for 5 or more of the past 8 weeks, have not badged in 3 days a week for 3 or more of the past 4 weeks, and their building has been ready 8 weeks or more.”

A spokesperson for Amazon also stressed that this policy only affected employees based in the US but didn’t respond when asked under what circumstances workers will be able to apply for exemptions, and if attendance will be tied to employee performance reviews.

In May, several hundred tech and administrative workers at Amazon’s main headquarters in Seattle staged a walkout, in part due to the company mandate on the number of days employees needed to be in the office. The Amazon Employees for Climate Justice group, which organized the walkout, accused the company of overseeing a “fumbled rollout” regarding its return-to-office policy and said it threatened the company’s long-term success.

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