Ford Motor Co. expects 86,000 employees worldwide who have not returned to in-person work because of the pandemic to be back in offices this summer through a flexible “hybrid” schedule, CNBC reported.

How often these employees will be able to work partially remote and partially at the office will be based on their job responsibilities, along with discussions with managers, the automaker told staff on March 17, according to CNBC.

“If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last 12 months, it is that a lot of our assumptions around work and what employees need has shifted,” Kiersten Robinson, Ford’s chief people and employee experiences officer, told the news site.

Ford’s shift to flexible work schedules is “an evolution because we’re going to continue to learn as we go” to create “policies around flexible work,” Robinson added.

You Might Also Like:


Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *