Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is lending support to the new workplace dynamics by allowing his employees the option of working from home, according to press reports.
Facebook said in a memo to employees obtained by the Chronicle that “anyone whose role can be done remotely can request remote work.”
“It’s clear that COVID has changed a lot about our lives, and that certainly includes the way that most of us work,” Zuckerberg wrote. “Coming out of this period, I expect that remote work is going to be a growing trend as well.”
Zuckerberg said he himself plans to work away from the office for half of 2022 and added that he’s able to spend more time with his family by working from home, allowing him to be “more productive” and “happier.”
“I’ve found that working remotely has given me more space for long-term thinking and helped me spend more time with my family, which has made me happier and more productive at work.”
Readers Bureau, Contributor
Edited by Jesus Chan
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