Microsoft was one of the first Seattle companies to keep employees at home in early March, and the company officially announced the decision in early April,media reported. Now, according to the latest news, the company’s employees may be one of the last to return to work in the office.
Business Insider disclosed that it obtained the information through a Microsoft spokesman, and the company informed employees on Monday that their work at home could last until October, unless there is a need for work.
The spokesman said: “Working from home is still optional until October, when the restrictions are lifted, unless the staff are in a key position or as otherwise provided by the local government.” “
It is reported that Microsoft headquarters in Washington state is currently issued a home quarantine order will continue until at least the end of this month.