Salesforce to reopen San Francisco headquarters in May
Salesforce said Monday that it will reopen its San Francisco headquarters in May, but its employees can still work remotely through the end of the year.
The company has already reopened 22 of its offices, according to company president and chief people officer Brent Hyder, who wrote in a blog post that Salesforce would decide how and when to reopen each location based on guidance from health officials and medical experts. “We have an opportunity to create a workspace and an employee experience that makes us even more connected, healthy, innovative and productive,” Hyder wrote.
The company plans a three-phase approach for offices, with the first phase limited to US employees who live in areas where coronavirus risk is flat or declining….