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Microsoft Return To Office As Covid Cases Decline

Despite the Covid crises still impacting heavily on the US, Microsoft are trying to get back to normal, with employees returning to the office on February 28.

Unless there’s an arrangement in place, employees should start a 30-day transition period, “to make adjustments to their routines and adopt the working preferences they’ve agreed upon with their managers,” says Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela.

Based in Washington, Microsoft has said they will remain a flexible workplace, with workers not needing to discuss work-from-home needs with managers for up to half a week, though if they require more time they must seek approval.

Microsoft will also start to admit guests and visitors to sites and restart shuttle buses and ride-sharing options.

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