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BlackRock Orders More Than Half Of Its Staff Back to Office Nov. 1

The world’s biggest fund manager is requiring that more than half of its global workforce report back to the office for three days a week on average beginning November 1. So reports Reuters, citing an internal memo.

BlackrockBlackRock chief operating officer Rob Goldstein and global head of human resources Manish Mehta noted in the memo that employees will be able to have a flexible work schedule with their managers’ approval. Staff from the U.S., Europe, Middle East and Africa will be impacted by what BlackRock is calling its “Future of Work” pilot program following the pandemic shutdown.

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