Google will allow more of its employees to work from home by relaxing some of its rules, the company said in an internal email.
In an email obtained by Bloomberg, CEO Sundar Pichai said on Wednesday morning that offices will slowly be reopening but that some employees will be able to work remotely until September.
Google confirmed with Android Central in an email that the company will allow about 60% of Google’s staff to work in the office “a few days a week,” while another 20% will be able to relocate and work from one of the many company sites. The rest will be able to apply and work from home permanently.
“We’ll offer opportunities for employees to transfer to one of our many global offices, or even move to a permanent work remote (away from your team or office) based on their role and team needs,” the email said.
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