Permanent remote working
Facebook closed its headquarters in Menlo Park in California in early March as a precaution against corona infections. The company, which employed 48,000 people worldwide at the end of March, previously gave employees the option to work from home or another alternative location until the end.
Zuckerberg is not the first CEO of a social media company that wants to introduce remote working permanently. Recently Jack Dorsey, CEO of both Twitter and fintech company Square, announced the same for his staff.