BlackRock will require its U.S. employees to return to offices in September, as part of a trial period that will permit some remote work each week, Bloomberg News reported.
The New York-based asset manager will let staff work remotely as many as two days a week on average, the report said, citing a BlackRock spokesperson.
Employees will begin “re-acclimating” to office work in July and August if they feel comfortable doing so, the spokesperson told the news agency.
Workers can continue telecommuting full-time through June 30. BlackRock will review the trial period that begins in September to decide how to formulate its staffing plans for next year, according to the report.