Ford to Launch Flexible Work-from-Home Plan for Workers
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- Ford Motor Company informed its roughly 86,000 global employees who have not returned to work of a new work model that would make work more flexible going forward
- The automaker announced a hybrid work model that will allow employees work both remotely and on-site
- According to the company's chief people and employee experiences officer, Kiersten Robinson, how much an employee would work remotely will depend on their job responsibilities
- The company also said it expects employees to continue observing public health measures, including wearing masks and maintaining social distancing, for the remainder of the year
- About 100,000 of Ford's 186,000 employees have already returned to work