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GM employees return to the office at least 3 days a week

The Renaissance Center, headquarters of General Motors, on the Detroit River in downtown Detroit.
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The Renaissance Center, headquarters of General Motors, on the Detroit River in downtown Detroit.

GM employees who have been working remotely due to the pandemic will be required to return to the office at least three days a week starting later this year, the automaker confirmed on Friday.

An internal message to employees, first received by Automotive News and confirmed by GM on Friday, attributed the postponement of GM’s Work Reasonable policy to progress in controlling the pandemic, saying, “The COVID-19 situation has improved dramatically.”

“As the COVID landscape has improved dramatically and as we accelerate our transformation and enter a rapid adoption cycle, we continue to evolve Work Approcately to deliver the best collaboration, entrepreneurial mindset and impact. Effective later this year, employees who have transitioned to remote work some or all of the time during the pandemic will transition to a more regular face-to-face work cycle and will now be expected to work on campus for three days each week,” said GM spokeswoman Maria Raynal in a statement via email on Friday. “We aim to remain flexible to ensure our employees are able to meet their personal commitments and we will share details with them in the coming weeks.”

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