Amazon has revealed that it will be expanding its offices across six cities in the US in an effort to bring employees back into the office.
This move competes with its fellow technology companies, such as Facebook and Google, who recently announced they would be expanding their remote working policies.
Amazon will add 900,000 square feet of office space in Dallas, Denver, Detroit, New York, Phoenix and San Diego, as well as create 3,500 technology and corporate jobs across the cities.
“We are looking forward to returning to the office,” said Ardine Williams, Amazon Vice President of Workforce Development.
The company also said it has acquired the Lord & Taylor Fifth Avenue building to create 2,000 jobs and open 630,000 square foot of office space.