Facebook Outlines Plan to Return Employees to Work, Cancels Planned Physical Eve

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has outlined a rough plan for getting Facebook employees back to normal operations, which will align with a staggered approach to get all regions back on track in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdowns.

Right now, of course, we don't know how long the lockdowns will persist, but Zuckerberg has provided some guidance as to Facebook's plans, and how it will seek to work around other, more critical elements of society, especially given that the majority of Facebook's staff are able to work remotely and don't need, as such, to be among the first wave.

As per Zuckerberg:

"We will require the vast majority of our employees to work from home through at least the end of May in order to create a safer environment both for our employees doing critical jobs who must be in the office and for everyone else in our local communities. A small percent of our critical employees who can't work remotely - like content reviewers working on counter-terrorism or suiсide and self-harm prevention, and engineers working on complex hardware - may be able to return sooner, but overall, we don't expect to have everyone back in our offices for some time."


 

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