From PC Mag: Starting in February, full-time Snap Inc. employees are expected to spend at least 80% of working hours in the social network's offices.
That's an average of four days per week—with some flexibility for work-related tasks like off-campus client meetings.
"I believe that spending more time together in person will help us to achieve our full potential," CEO Evan Spiegel wrote in a staff memo reviewed by Bloomberg. "What each of us may sacrifice in terms of our individual convenience, I believe we will reap in terms of our collective success."
The maker of multimedia messaging app Snapchat is the latest major tech company to implement a post-pandemic return to office policy. Apple employees have been working at the office three days a week since September, and Elon Musk told Twitter employees remote work was no longer allowed earlier this month.
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