Facebook parent company Meta’s top executives are set to snub their firm’s return to the office and instead work remotely from an array of very exotic locales.
Founder Mark Zuckerberg will spend half his year in Hawaii, with other executives enjoying remote work from Cape Cod, New York, Israel, Madrid, NYC and the UK.
Meta is set to welcome some of its 60,000 staff to return to its Menlo Park HQ in California from March 28, with the same rule applied to its other US offices.
But a mandatory return is only expected of staff who work on hardware devices, or the company’s data infrastructure. Others across all levels of the firm can work remotely for some, or all, of the time, and only return to the luxurious HQ if they so desire.
Among those taking full advantage is Zuckerberg.
He will split his year evenly between his $53 million compound in Hawaii and $37 million five-house estate in Palo Alto, the Wall Street Journal reported.
‘The past few years have brought new possibilities around the ways we connect and work,’ A Facebook spokesperson said. ‘We believe that how people work is far more important than where they work from.’
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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Ronny Reyes