Twitter is asking its entire workforce of 5,000 people to work from home, part of its effort to keep employees safe and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The company said working from home was mandatory for its workers in Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea, where there are higher rates of the COVID-19 disease.
“We are working to make sure internal meetings all hands, and other important tasks are optimized for remote participation,” human resources executive Jennifer Christie wrote in a blog post. “We recognize that working from home is not ideal for some job functions. For those employees who prefer or need to come into the offices, they will remain open for business.”
The decision comes after Twitter halted nonessential business travel for its employees and pulled out of the South by Southwest conference. Other companies such as Google and Amazon have halted nonessential employee travel because of the outbreak, but Twitter’s decision to ask employees to work from home goes beyond the precautions undertaken so far in the U.S.
Source: CBS News
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