GM does not count on workers to return to workplaces as a result of the stop of June

Detroit — It will be at least the end of up coming June till most office staff at General Motors Co. return to their workplaces. The memo to white-collar staff that went out Friday is one particular of the most precise directives but from a U.S. firm that employees should really count on to perform from residence into future summer months.

It implies GM’s office workers will have been absent from their workplaces a lot more than 15 months since the coronavirus commenced its fast unfold in the United States in March. 

GM employees at the Renaissance Center headquarters and at other offices should expect to work from home at least through the end of June.

“Our latest outlook is to proceed running as we are these days right until June 30, 2021,” reported the communication obtained by The Detroit News that was signed by Kim Brycz, senior vice president of world wide human sources, and Dane Parker, chief sustainability officer. “If new details warrants us modifying our outlook and we have the chance to return to the office sooner, we will connect quickly.”