Nike recently offered its plan for bringing employees back to the office – at least three days a week.
“Nike’s business and culture thrive when we collaborate, create and learn together,” the company wrote in a statement. “We plan for office-based employees to return to the workplace under a new, flexible model, balancing individual needs with the needs of the business.”
According to the company, the timelines and details for returning will vary by country and location. However, for the world headquarters located in Beaverton, Oregon, the company anticipates employees to return in September.
The company said its plan is location-specific and includes a “3-2 flexible work model” in which employees may work remotely up to two days a week. Nike said it expects employees to work from the office three days a week. Nike was cautious, however, indicating the plans are dependent upon local and public health guidelines for social distancing, the wearing of masks, sanitizing and occupancy limits.
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