Twitter will always allow staffers to work from home, after offices reopen – differently2 min read
Twitter says that if conditions allow for the Covid-1p epidemic, the company will be able to work from home, even after reopening its offices – most of its preferred staff.
Silicon Valley companies were among the first to adopt a door-to-door policy when the coronavirus spread, and they were in no hurry to bring staff back to campus. Facebook and Google told workers last week that they would have the option to work from home by the end of 2020 – with most workers hoping not to return to office by 2021.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told new open-end workforce from Home Policy in an email on Tuesday, as first reported by BuzzFeed News.
Some workers have to come to the office because of the nature of their work. But “if our employees have a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue it forever, we will make it happen,” Twitter said in a statement. “If not, we warmly and warmly welcome them back with some extra precautions if it feels safe to return to our offices.”
With very few exceptions, Twitter’s offices will not open until September, the agency said. “When we decide to open an office, it will not come back as before. It will be careful, intentional, office by office and slowly, “he added.” Opening the office will be our decision, when and if our employees return, it will be theirs. “
Also, Twitter has banned business travel before September 2020 and canceled private companies to evaluate events in private years for the rest of 2020.
On April 30, in a call from the company’s Q1 Income, Twitter said it hoped it would be flat for 2020, hoping it would come back to its hits by the end of the previous 2019.
Also in the call, Dorsey mentioned that Twitter was on the verge of “people transiting from home to work”.
“We were able to turn the switch on very quickly and we didn’t see any significant change in productivity as people started working from home every day,” Dorsey told analysts. “So when we come out of the order to stay home, I think it gives us a lot more options, a lot more choices for our employees.”