GM calls office workers back to office three days a week

DETROIT — General Motors said on Friday that all employees working remotely will be required to be in the office at least three days a week starting later this year, a flexible and deliberately vague policy employed during the pandemic. Fixed the “just works” approach.

In an internal message to affected employees, GM The reason for the change is ” COVID-19 (new coronavirus infectious disease) The situation has improved dramatically,” said a GM spokesperson. car news provided a statement explaining the change.

“We are committed to maintaining flexibility to ensure that our employees can participate in personal commitments and will share more details in the coming weeks,” the statement said.

The message to employees was from the “Senior Leadership Team” including the CEO. Mary Barra, President Mark Reuss, and 12 other executives. It does not indicate a specific date when the changes will take effect.

“Over time, we’ve lost some of the important and intangible benefits of working together face-to-face on a regular basis, such as casual mentoring, more efficient communication, and the introduction of an enterprising mindset.” We are, quite frankly, in a rapid ramp-up cycle that will define our future trajectory.We are changing at speed, both individually and collectively, so that we can reach our goals. should be promoted.

“We firmly believe that our culture, the culture you have worked hard to create, is our competitive advantage, and we absolutely must maintain it. Do your best work.” And to have the greatest impact, we have a more regular in… people’s work cycle.” GM calls office workers back to office three days a week

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