How Remote Work Has Changed the Game With Jeremy Salles of Sony Interactive Entertainment

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Jeremy Salles is the Senior Director of Facilities and Real Estate at Sony Interactive Entertainment, known to most as the company responsible for the PlayStation brand. Having previously worked in facilities management for UPS, eBay, and Cisco, he’s honed his skills in workplace services, property management, employee experience, and more. As a Bay Area local, Jeremy’s job has become increasingly unique as tech companies shift course to accommodate their newly-remote workforces.

In this episode…

What are tech companies planning to do with their properties in the aftermath of the pandemic-driven shift to remote work? Can and should higher-ups convince happy and comfortable remote workers to return to the office? Is workplace camaraderie soon to be a thing of the past?

Greg Owens starts a conversation on these topics and more with Jeremy Salles, Senior Director of Facilities and Real Estate at Sony Interactive Entertainment — better known as the providers of PlayStation. With a vast portfolio of facilities management experience spanning prestigious companies like Cisco and eBay combined with a steadfast heart for helping others, Jeremy weighs the pros and cons of remote workforces in tech.

In this episode of Watching Paint Dry, host Greg Owens is joined by Jeremy Salles, Senior Director of Facilities and Real Estate at Sony Interactive Entertainment. With Sony PlayStation locations worldwide, Jeremy travels often and offers unique insight into how facilities management trickles down to affect all workers in the tech field. He explains how remote work has changed the industry for better and worse, the role of camaraderie in a healthy workplace, and how you can get into his line of work.

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