Facebook — specifically Brynn Harrington, vice-president of its human resources team — publicly recommitted in an interview with the BBC on Sunday to support work-from-home  policies (with some caveats).

Facebook first announced that “long-term remote work” was an option for staff in a post from Mark Zuckerberg’s profile in May 2020, in which he said he expects about 50% of the workforce to be entirely remote within the next decade...

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