Mark Zuckerberg, CEO, Facebook announced on Thursday, “we’re slowing our plans to return to the office in order to prioritize helping the rest of the community and local economy to get back up and running.”
Following this, he mentioned that all events with or more than 50 people stand canceled until next year.
According to President Trump, it is on the individual state governors to decide when to revoke the stay-at-home order. California has decided to continue with it until widespread and regular testing is made available. Maintaining this Facebook Headquarters in Menlo Park, California issued a notice encouraging work from home order “at least till the end of May.”
Only “a small percent of our critical employees who can’t work remotely” mentions Zuckerberg, might have to return to the office sooner.
A huge percent of Facebook employees have the privilege to work productively from home. Therefore it promises to pave the way first for those who do not enjoy the flexibility of work from home.
As society is moving towards a stage of re-opening, Facebook CEO announces the utmost cooperation to minimize any possibility of outbreaks in the future.