Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have been largely vacated. As more and more companies prepare to bring employees back to the office for the first time, new ways for employees to spend time there continue to emerge. Uber is Employees provide a new hybrid model that will allow them to flexibly control the frequency of their appearance in the office.
In a new blog post (according to CNN business), Chief Personnel Officer Nikki Krishnamurthy effectively overturned the company’s previous announcement, and they expressed the hope that employees will return to the office three days a week this fall. Instead, they now allow those who choose to return to work in the office to do so in a flexible way—and only spend at least 50% of their time there.
Krishnamurthy said: “This can be 3 days a week and 2 days next week, or 5 days a week and 0 days next week, depending on what works best for employees and their teams.”
NBC Finance Channel According to the report, they will also use “dedicated team centers” to give employees greater flexibility in their preferred office locations, rather than limited to the locations where they worked before the pandemic, and also allow employees not to want to return to become complete Remotely.
Once the office reopens, those who choose to stay remote still have the opportunity to interact face-to-face with their teammates through regular face-to-face meetings.
Unless the new COVID-19 outbreak worsens, Uber expects to roll out the method in the fall and keep employees at home until September 13. They intend to deal with all changes in employee status at that time.
Uber is Headquartered in San Francisco, And also has offices in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York and other cities.
In addition to Uber, other companies that have changed and adjusted their model since the epidemic include Spotify, which allows employees to choose a full-time office, full-time at home, or a combination of the two as their work model; Salesforce, allows their employees to choose to stay at home ; Both Twitter and Square allow employees to work from home permanently, and do not plan to return to the office at all.