Uber final month opened the doorways of its new campus in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, which completed development throughout the pandemic. The workplace initially opened at 20% capability, with staff allowed to return on a voluntary foundation.
The ride-hailing agency has round 3,500 staff within the Bay Space and greater than 22,000 worldwide. Workers who’ve gone distant might be required to return to their pre-pandemic location by September 13, the corporate stated.
“Why did not we make a extra radical shift? It in the end comes right down to the sort of firm we need to be,” she stated. “Our enterprise additionally exists in the actual world, on the streets of 1000’s of cities, and it is necessary we keep related to the locations we serve.”