Ford Motor Company world headquarters, Dearborn, Michigan on January 19, 2021.
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DETROIT – Ford Motor is once again delaying a return-to-work hybrid plan for salaried employees until March amid concerns about rising Covid-19 cases in its home state of Michigan and uncertainty surrounding the omicron variant.
The automaker on Monday informed employees that it now plans to begin a pilot phase for select employees in February and March, followed by a full rollout of the program that was initially announced in March 2021. Ford had previously said it would not return to work under a hybrid work model no earlier than January, which had already been pushed back at…