The boss Twitter has told many his employees that they can work home forever if they want to. CEO Jack Dorsey told many workers Tuesday that they will be allowed to work from home even the coronavirus pandemic ends. A Twitter spokesperson said: "Opening offices will be our decision. When and if our employees come back, will be their [decision]." Twitter was one the first companies to allow workers to work home after the COVID-19 pandemic started. The spokesperson said it would not be, "one the first to return to offices". Twitter said most of its offices would not open September. It added when they do open, it would be "careful, intentional, office office and gradual".
Twitter said it was a good position to have many its workers working their home. It is an online company so many employees and bosses can contact each other video conferencing platforms like Zoom. The company said: "We were uniquely positioned to respond quickly and allow folks to work home, given our emphasis decentralization and supporting a distributed workforce capable working from anywhere." It added: "The past few months have proven we can make [working home] work. If our employees are a role and situation that enables them to work home and they want to continue to do so forever, we will make that happen."