Widely used ride hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. (UBER) will be reopening its offices at Mission Bay, San Francisco come March 29. However, Uber says it will be reopening the offices with reduced occupancy capacity of 20%.
The company has not yet determined the 20% who will return to work at the office but it has given its staff an option of returning to the office on voluntary basis.
While giving this statement, Uber said any employee who will be returning to the office must adhere to measures put in place to combat COVID-19 spread.
Some of these measures include; wiping down personal working areas like desks, covering faces during reopening stage and maintaining social distancing around work area.
The company said sick employees or those with sick family members will have to continue working remotely.
Not long ago, Uber had extended its working from home policy up to September 2021.