Facebook CEO told employees Wednesday in a note that he plans to work remotely for at least half of next year, a company spokesman confirmed to CNN Business. The note was previously reported
by the Wall Street Journal.
“I’ve found that working remotely has given me more space to think long-term and helped me spend more time with my family, which has made me happier and more productive at work,” Zuckerberg wrote. , according to the newspaper.
Wednesday, Facebook (FB)
he said it would allow employees at all levels of the company to apply for remote jobs if their role allows them to do so. Employees who want to return to the office can do so flexibly, but will be encouraged to spend at least half the time in the office and employees can spend up to 20 business days a year in one location. remote.
Facebook will also gradually expand its ability to work remotely across borders, starting next week with employees who want to move from the United States to Canada and anywhere in Europe or the Middle East in the United Kingdom. .
Zuckerberg has done it said above
expects at least half of Facebook’s staff to be completely remote in the next ten years.
With more than half of fully vaccinated American adults and a wider reopening of the economy on the horizon, many Silicon Valley companies that were among the first to move to remote work now find out how and how much reopen their offices
has given its employees the option to stay away forever if their role allows, while Google asks employees to choose to stay away permanently, return to office, or change offices beginning in September ‘this year.
i Uber (UBER)
they have adopted stricter policies that require employees to return to their pre-pandemic office at least three days a week, also starting in September.