Uber is revamping its original return-to-office plan and offering a much more flexible policy.
The new arrangement allows staff to work from home for 50% of the time, and the other 50% will require employees to be in Uber office “hubs”. Additionally, for one month every year, employees can work from wherever.
A portion of workers will also be able to apply for full-time remote work.
This news comes after outcry from employees who were unhappy with the ride sharing company’s old strategy of requiring employees to return to the office three days a week starting this September.
Other companies have also been forced to rethink their post-pandemic office policies as employees express distaste over the lack of flexibility, and some have even thought about quitting their positions.