Dow Jones, the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, told its staff on Tuesday that it would not be mandating a return to the office in March, instead taking a “hybrid and flexible” approach, reports Katie Robertson of The New York Times.
Robertson reports, “In a companywide email, Almar Latour, the chief executive, and Dianne DeSevo, the chief people officer, said leaders would discuss what type of return worked best for their teams and would start to apply it next month.
“‘We know that different teams have different needs — that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to how and where we work,’ they wrote in the email, which was obtained by The New York Times.
“Dow Jones encompasses The Wall Street Journal as well as the Dow Jones newswires, Barron’s, Financial News and MarketWatch.”
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