Ford launching flexible WFH plan as employees return this summer


DETROIT – A majority of Ford Motor’s roughly 86,000 global employees who haven’t returned to work yet are expected to start doing so this summer through a new hybrid work schedule that gives employees more flexibility over when they report to the office.

The automaker informed staff of its plans Wednesday morning, a year after much of the company’s nonmanufacturing employees started working remotely to help slow the spread of Covid-19.

The larger return to work isn’t expected before July, according to Kiersten Robinson, Ford chief people and employee experiences officer. She said how much an employee will be able to work remotely will be based on their job responsibilities as well as…


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