New York Times Puts Return-to-Office Plans on Hold as Covid Cases Rise

New York Times Co. has delayed a plan to require employees to return to the office a few days a week starting in June due to the Covid spike in New York City, the latest company has made adjustments in the face of an increase in the number of employees. rapid increase of cases.

“Based on city guidance and the advice of our medical professionals, we are pausing the start of the Expected Return to Office Phase until conditions improve,” Jacqueline said. Welch, executive vice president and chief human resources officer for the Times, wrote in a memo to employees, a copy of which was seen by the Wall Street Journal.

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Edmund DeMarche

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