Facebook is doubling down on its flexible-work policies and announced to employees Wednesday that beginning June 15, workers at all levels across the company can request to work remotely full-time after the pandemic.
Previously, only employees at certain levels of seniority were eligible to request a remote arrangement, and the policy varied between departments, a spokesperson tells CNBC Make It.
And for those interested in moving to live and work abroad, the company will expand remote work across international borders over time.
Facebook plans to expand the international locations where employees can move based on employee demand and where the company operates.
Some Apple employees have already pushed back against the move, The Verge reports,"Apple's remote/location-flexible work policy, and the communication around it, have already forced some of our colleagues to quit," Apple employees wrote in an internal letter provided to The Verge.
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