Adobe will start reopening its U.S. offices July 14, but plans to let employees work from home half the time going forward, the company announced Thursday.
Starting with its San Jose headquarters, Adobe's offices will initially be open at half capacity to vaccinated employees who want to come back. Those who don't can request to work remotely full-time: The company said it would be rolling out new remote work criteria later this year, and expects to double its population of remote workers over time.
"We're empowering individuals and teams to figure out the working cadences that are best for them," Chief People Officer Gloria Chen wrote in a company blog post. "When we say flexible, we mean flexible."
Adobe said employees who come back will simply self-attest to their vaccination status — rather than providing proof — and won't need to wear masks.
Update: This story was updated to clarify that employees would have to self-attest to their vaccination status.