Microsoft edges back to ‘normal’ with workplace re-opening plan

With COVID-19 infections dropping in the US, Microsoft on Monday announced it is solidifying its hybrid workforce plans and will begin bringing employees back into offices by the end of the month.

Beginning Feb. 28, its headquarters in Washington state and other locations will open, marking the final stage of the  hybrid workplace model the company has developed. From that point on, employees will have 30 days to shift their routines and adopt the working preferences they’ve agreed upon with their managers — whether it’s working from home part time, full time or not at all.

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