Salesforce Inc. is requiring some employees return to the office and abide by other productivity rules amid slowing revenue growth.

The organization, which was one of the first technology companies to let employees work from anywhere, mandated that some sales staff who live near offices return to work at these locations Tuesdays through Thursdays as of the week of Dec. 1, according to a report by Bloomberg.

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Each account executive will be expected to conduct eight customer meetings a week — half in-person — and deliver twice-weekly internal presentations to “drive more collaboration and success” in the current quarter, noted a message posted by a senior manager on a Slack channel for hundreds of the software company’s sales workers.

The move comes as Salesforce reported its smallest year-over-year quarterly revenue increase since becoming a public company in 2004 and projected the sales gain would be even less in the current quarter ending January 2023.

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