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Intel lays out its flexible working policy

Intel is looking to bring employees back to its office campuses as the world continues to emerge from lockdown and work-from-home mandates.

Intel will be “embracing flexibility” according to a LinkedIn post from chief people officer Christy Pambianchi, with the multinational company establishing a work policy that takes into account “the specific needs of different business units, teams, employees and geographies, and the different work each of us do throughout the year.”

In an internal memo seen by The Register, Pambianchi said Intel had reached the decision to encourage employees back to the office due to “a high level of community immunity and a 90% vaccination rate among our employees.”

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Source:: Computerworld