On their website, Amazon published that they leave the decision up to individual teams to set policies about returning to the office. They acknowledge that some roles don’t have the flexibility to work remotely, such as their warehouse workers.
Apple announced that they are adopting a hybrid work model with mandatory three days per week in-office. Fortune reports that the policy was met with widespread criticism by employees.
Employees are suggested to work three days per week in-office and two days per week remotely. Business leaders can decide to adopt a different model as needed for specific teams.
According to the Houston Chronicle, corporate workers are expected to be in the office on a full-time basis.
Yahoo! Finance reports that CEO Charlie Munger does not think that being in the office full-time will ever return as the norm.
As of April 4, 2022, Google called workers back to the office at least three days per week under a hybrid working model. Staff can also work remotely anywhere in the world for up to four weeks per year.
According to a press release, the company boasts a flexible work model where employees can choose if they want to attend corporate offices or work remotely.
Cigna published on their own site that employees are given ultimate flexibility and autonomy to choose where they work.
According to The Guardian, AT&T employees did not accept the company’s mandatory return-to-office. They went so far to start a change.org campaign to raise awareness about their views on the policy.
Microsoft creates a lot of the tools that keep workers connected in a hybrid environment – it’s no surprise that the company is adopting a hybrid work model.
Corporate employees work under a hybrid model. They work remotely for a maximum of two days per week, and the rest of the week must be spent in office.
Kroger’s CEO has openly spoke about the need for corporate employees to return to the office. The company has a vaccination policy and will increase health insurance rates for some unvaccinated workers.
Ford planned to launch a flexible hybrid work model in April 2022. They conducted a survey among employees that found a hybrid schedule would best suit everyone’s needs.
According to their website, Verizon is launching a flexible hybrid work model for its corporate employees.
JPMC has been reluctant to embrace hybrid work or remote work, with its CEO openly criticizing remote working. However, about half of employees work in the office full-time and the other half have a hybrid model. JPMC is reportedly tracking employees’ check-ins at the office to ensure compliance.
As of September 2022, GM wanted to roll out a hybrid work policy where corporate workers attended the office three days per week. It was met with backlash from employees, and the policy has been revised to begin in 2023, with a more flexible trial period for the remainder of 2022.
Centene wants to return to the office, but has delayed the process to ensure vaccination rates are high among their employee base.
According to their website, Meta is embracing remote work for anyone at their company upon request. Otherwise, office visits are flexible, but the expectation is that employees work from the office half of the time.
Starting September 2022, staff are expected to be in the office at least three days per week. The company has offered flexibility to extenuating circumstances and will work with individual employees to create a plan that best suits them.
The company mandated workers to return to the office full-time, in hopes that it would set an example for other companies in the industry.
Valero reopened their offices in mid-2020. Although they allow some staff to work remotely by exception, most corporate staff work in the office.
According to their Careers Page, Dell has a flexible work policy. They anticipate up to 60% of their employees will work remotely full-time for the foreseeable future. The rest of their staff follow a hybrid work model.
Humana recently launched their official return-to-office, even though their headquarters have been open throughout the pandemic. Some staff are returning to the office full-time, while others are on a hybrid schedule. Their office spaces were also remodeled to enable hybrid work.
BNN Bloomberg reports that after mandating a return-to-office and then recalling it, the Bank of America has launched their new approach to work. It includes flexibility based on the role, and outlines that some staff members can work in the office three days per week, with others having access to a certain amount of days per month. Ultimately, the bank wants to make their policy as fair as possible.
According to a recent report, most roles are still remote at the organization.
Wells Fargo launched a hybrid work model where many employees work three or more days per week from the office.
According to their press release, State Farm has identified the working model by roles. Most staff will be hybrid, but some employees will be completely remote or completely in-office.
Yahoo! Finance reports that starting in January 2023, Pfizer will require workers to work from the office at least two days per week. The policy will be enforced, although it is not clear how.
Employees are expected to work from the office at least two days per week, according to CNN. Employees must be vaccinated to work on-site.
Coca-Cola was mandating vaccination before re-entering any offices. Most workers went remote during the pandemic and are slowly returning to offices.
Some employees are continuing to work remotely full time. Others have total flexibility – the office is open for them for hybrid work.
The company has embraced remote working throughout the pandemic. Now, in-office time is managed on a team-by-team basis.
The company is focused on flexibility around where work happens, with unique business units or roles operating under separate policies. The office is open but it is not mandatory to go in.
The company implemented a phased return-to-office plan and allowed workers to come in the office by choice.
The Boston Globe reports that General Electric has vacated their office space in Boston, MA in favour of downsizing their spaces by next year.
Certain business units have mandatory return to the office policies. For example, the consulting group must attend at least three days per week. The policy varies among business groups.
Return-to-office plans have been postponed quite a few times for MetLife, according to a press release.
The company has published a policy online that outlines their space reservation policy as well as their flexible work arrangement. They also have identified what types of work makes sense for employees to perform at the office.
After transitioning to remote work throughout the pandemic, Disney implemented a hybrid work model for corporate employees. They must spend three days per week in office, and the other two days are flexible.
The company estimates that 40 to 45% of its workforce follow a hybrid working model. All managers were required to complete 20 hours of training for how to lead teams in a hybrid work environment.
The company has been outspoken about opposing remote work. About 65% of employees work full-time from the office. They are nearly back at pre-pandemic office attendance levels.
The firm aims to cut its real estate footprint by 25% or more as it embraces a hybrid work model. They acknowledge that this will help retention and flexibility for employees, among other benefits.
Around 80% of employees fall under a hybrid work model, with no mandatory in-office time. However, staff are encouraged to meet up with colleagues at the office for collaboration purposes.
Facing backlash from the airline industry, Boeing wanted more workers back in the office to increase efficiency and improve the backlog. They acknowledge that there was no data that remote work was less productive or effective.
Morgan Stanley has required that workers return to the office full-time, according to the Financial Post. Their CEO has spoken out that this move towards in-person work has not impacted their attractiveness as an employer or their ability to retain top talent.
CNBC reports that via email from Elon Musk, workers were told they need to spend at least 40 hours per week in the office. This negatively impacted company morale. Employees can only attend the office around three days per week because of resource shortages, notably, not enough desk spaces.
One of the first companies to launch a return to office, AbbVie required workers to return to the office in September 2020.
Corporate workers are returning to full-time, in-office work.
The company has embraced a hybrid work model. They have remodelled their office spaces to better suit engaging between remote and in-person workers.
The insurance firm set September 14, 2021 as its global return-to-office date, according to BNN Bloomberg.
The company launched hybrid work globally for all corporate employees in 2021.
Cisco launched a hybrid work model with no requirements or specific return-to-office date. Employees can choose where they want to work.
The company has published on their website that it will promote work flexibility and be purposeful in how the office is used.
Even though their offices reopened, most employees continued to work remotely. As a result, they have put five office buildings up for sale and will continue to monitor trends.
Even before the pandemic, the company was embracing hybrid work. Their office spaces have since been revamped to activate hybrid work. Their employees can choose the work model that best suits them.
They have given freedom to managers to determine the appropriate work model. In the state of New York, workers are expected to attend the office at least once per week. The CEO notes that workers should be purposeful about attending the office.
The company has officially reopened their offices.
The New York Times reports that after waiting and evaluating the landscape of the pandemic, TIAA reopened its New York-based offices in March 2022.
Globally, the Oracle offices are open under a hybrid work model, according to their blog. The company promotes a remote-first working model.
Throughout the pandemic, about 60% of the workforce worked from home, with the rest remaining on site. Now, about one-third of the workers who went remote are back in the office full-time. The organization is looking to improve those numbers.
Exelon has reopened their offices and has officially moved to a hybrid work model, according to their company FAQ page.
Even though they just opened a new office space, BNN Bloomberg reports that the life insurance firm is keeping a hybrid work model.
The company has made returning to the office full-time mandatory.
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