Ford delays return-to-work program until January due to delta surge


The badge of a Ford Motor Co. E-Transit electric vehicle during a presentation in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, July 28, 2021.

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DETROIT – Ford Motor is delaying its hybrid return-to-work program for employees who have not already returned to offices from October until no earlier than January due to the rapidly spreading delta variant of the coronavirus.  

The automaker informed staff of its plans Wednesday morning, about five months after initially announcing the flexible working program for its roughly 86,000 employees globally who hadn’t returned to work yet.

“The state of the COVID-19 virus remains very fluid and therefore we are adjusting the…


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