With cases of the coronavirus continuing to rise throughout the U.S, Facebook has decided to let its employees work from home until July of 2021. It has been nearly five months since our country has been locked down because of COVID-19 and corporations are still hesitant to bring back their employees. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who has not been supportive of the way President Trump and his administration have dealt with the pandemic, implied that it could be a long time until employees are able to return to the office. Google and Twitter also announced this past month that it would not be allowing its staff to return until the end of June 2021. Zuckerberg has promised to pay out a bonus of $1,000 to each of its employees for office supplies and necessities as they deal with work from home realities.
Friday, January 28, 2022