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Big Announcement: Twitter employees can 'Work from Home' forever

The lockdown has been implemented in many countries around the world due to the corona virus. In such a situation, many companies have advised their employees to work from home.

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Published on 13 May 2020 10:23 AM GMT

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New Delhi: The lockdown has been implemented in many countries around the world due to the corona virus. In such a situation, many companies have advised their employees to work from home. No exact cure for corona virus has been found so far. In such a situation, people have been asked to follow social distancing to prevent corona. In view of this, Twitter has made a big announcement for its employees.

Actually, Twitter has allowed its employees to work from home forever. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has given his employees the option to work from home forever. That is, even after the corona epidemic is over, Twitter employees will be able to work from home.

Big multinational companies such as Facebook, Alphabet (Google) have taken these steps before Twitter. Companies have advised their employees to work from home by the end of this year. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has given his employees the option to work from home indefinitely by sending an email.

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However, this rule of the company will not be applicable to office sweepers and maintenance workers, But the staff who work online or on computer can always opt for work from home. Let us tell you that Twitter has 35 offices worldwide including New Delhi, London and Singapore.

Dorsey said there is no possibility of opening the office before September. Twitter was one of the first tech companies to make work from home mandatory for its 5000 employees.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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