Oracle Cerner requires many remaining employees to return to in-office work

Oracle Cerner recently laid off a number of Kansas City-area employees, and it's requiring many of those who remain to start working in the office instead of remotely.

Multiple workers with the health care IT company on Thursday posted to social media that they had been called into impromptu meetings with executives and notified that their employment will end on March 31.

Oracle Cerner has not yet shared with associates a specific number or percentage of people affected. The Missouri Office of…

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