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Breaking News: Facebook will allow many of its employees to permanently work from home, after the virus spurred the company to reevaluate the shared office.

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BREAKING NEWS

Facebook will allow many of its employees to permanently work from home, after the virus spurred the company to reevaluate the shared office.

Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:22 PM EST

The social media giant sent its employees home in March as the coronavirus began to spread in the United States.

Facebook will begin by allowing new hires who are senior engineers to work remotely, and then allow current employees to apply for permission to work from home if they have positive performance reviews.

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