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Google's On-Campus Hotel Special Designed to Lure Employees Back to the Office Perfectly Describes Why Employees Don't Want to Return to the Office

Ninety-nine dollars a night for a hotel isn't a bad deal, but telling people who don't commute to the office they should imagine no commute to the office is a tone-deaf value proposition.

By JEFF HADEN, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, INC.COM, @jeff_haden


Google's campus in Mountain View, California. Photo: Getty Images



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