Amazon pushes return-to-office date to January

Corporate Amazon employees will keep working from home until January 2022. The company also laid out a new remote work policy once employees return to the office.

SEATTLE — Amazon has pushed back its return-to-work timeline to 2022, extending work from home by another five months.

The e-commerce giant announced Thursday it now expects corporate workers to begin coming into the office regularly on Jan. 3. Previously, Amazon planned to bring back workers starting Sept. 7.

A spokesperson said employee health and well-being remain a top priority and that the company is monitoring the situation closely. The company will gather advice and recommendations from

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