Jack Dorsey’s Square employees are being given the option to work from home permanently. The CEO told workers Monday if they want to continue working remotely once lockdowns and quarantines come to an end, they are free to do so. The policy applies to those who can do their jobs from home, but in-office operations and security workers will still be required to go into the office.
“We want employees to be able to work where they feel most creative and productive,” a Square spokesperson said in an emailed statement. “Squares will be able to work from home permanently, even once offices begin to reopen.”
Square doesn’t currently have a timeline for when it will reopen its offices.
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