Facebook representatives will be telecommuting essentially until the year’s end. The organization has pushed back its arrangements to take US representatives back to the workplace because of worries about rising COVID cases because of the delta variation. The organization had said recently that it wanted to resume US workplaces at 50% limit by September. In any case, that timetable has now been pushed back to January as cases have risen.
“Data, not dates, is what drives our approach for returning to the office,” the company said in a statement to CNBC. “Given the recent health data showing rising Covid cases based on the delta variant, our teams in the U.S. will not be required to go back to the office until January 2022. We expect this to be the case for some countries outside of the US, as well. We continue to monitor the situation and work with experts to ensure our return to office plans prioritize everyone’s safety.”
Facebook stood out as truly newsworthy in mid 2020 for being among the first to close its workplaces, a long time before numerous spaces organized their own lockdowns approaches. The organization has likewise said that it will require its US representatives to be inoculated against COVID-19. At whatever point it does re-open, all things considered, work will look and feel very different to numerous representatives. The organization has said it will accept distant work going ahead, with Mark Zuckerberg saying that however much 50% of the organization’s labor force could far off in the following five to 10 years.