Microsoft will reportedly allow employees to work from home permanently, the latest tech giant to do so
- Even when the coronavirus pandemic is over, Microsoft will reportedly allow employees to work from home indefinitely.
- According to an internal memo obtained by The Verge, employees will be allowed to work from home for less than half of their work week — and could work from home entirely if approved by their manager.
- Microsoft is the latest major tech company to adopt such measures in perpetuity, following similar choices by Facebook, Twitter and Square, among others.
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Even when stay-at-home measures for the coronavirus pandemic are lifted, Microsoft employees won't be required to come back to the office.
According to an internal Microsoft memo obtained by The Verge, Microsoft employees will be allowed to work from home for less than half of their work week. Pending manager approval, some employees will be allowed to work from home full time.
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