Uber expects employees to come into the workplace 3 days a week when its office doors open in September
- Uber's CPO Nikki Krishnamurthy said employees can
workfrom home for up to two days a week.
- The company expects staff to come into the
officethree days a week.
- It will give people "the freedom to do their best work," the company said.
Uber will adopt a hybrid working model from September 21 onwards, she said, citing company data showing that employees prefer a mix of working from home and office-based work.
"We feel that this combination of in-person and remote work will give people the freedom to do their best work while staying connected to their colleagues," Krishnamurthy said.
Insider has contacted Uber about whether this rule applies to all of its offices worldwide.
Uber reopened its San Francisco offices on March 29 at 20% capacity but said the option for its employees to
In November, sources told Insider that Uber put over 25% of its new office in lower Manhattan on the market for sublease, raising questions about the future of office work at the taxi-app firm. This followed 6,700 lay-offs in the company in May - out of a 28,600-strong workforce.
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