Amazon Employees Won’t Return To Office Before 2022

Amazon employees return to office
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Amazon employees will now continue to work from home until January 2022, as per the e-commerce giant’s announcement on Thursday.

All corporate employees are expected to return to offices from Jan. 3, 2022. Amazon had previously planned for restarting on-site work from September 7 this year.

According to an Amazon spokesperson , employee health and well-being is a top priority for the company. Amazon will seek recommendations and advice from health care professionals before moving ahead with their return-to-office plans.

According to Amazon’s modified work from home policy, the company will allow corporate employees to work remotely twice a week after their return to office. If employees want more remote work days, they can apply for an exception. Amazon corporate employees will also be allowed to work from a domestic location for up to four weeks a year.

“Our thinking is predicated on what we believe will be most beneficial for customers, while also trying to give employees more flexibility in their work environment and lives.”

A blog post by Amazon

Whenever Amazon employees return to office, they are required to wear masks if they’re not fully vaccinated.

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