Microsoft mentioned on Monday it would begin permitting more workers to work from its headquarters in Redmond, Washington and nearby campuses from March 29.
Employees working at Redmond web sites or nearby campuses have the decision to return to these facilities, continue working remotely or shift to a hybrid model, the enterprise mentioned in a weblog post.
Many corporations, which includes Twitter and Salesforce.com, have began opting for hybrid or permanent remote-working models immediately after the COVID-19 pandemic forced firms to adopt to working from household.
Microsoft mentioned in October it would enable most of its more than 160,000 workers to clock in up to half their weekly working hours remotely, supplying higher flexibility even immediately after offices begin reopening.
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