General Motors delays return-to-work plans to 2023

by SpeedLux
General Motors

General Motors on Tuesday said it is not going to mandate workers return to offices before 2023 after it had told them on Friday that they would be expected to work three days on-campus each week later in 2022.

The automaker informed workers who have been working remotely that it does “not plan to mandate which days of the week will be collaboration days. In no scenario will our Work Appropriately evolution begin before Q1 2023”.

GM on Friday mentioned the dramatic improvement in the COVID landscape for the change “to drive the best collaboration, enterprise mindset and impact”.

Thousands of the automaker’s workers including hourly workers assembling vehicles have continued in-person work during COVID-19.

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