Asana is delaying the September opening of its new San Francisco headquarters until February or later.
The nearly $11 billion company, which sells project management software, is at least the fourth tech giant to delay its return to the office in recent weeks as the highly contagious delta variant drives a new surge of COVID-19 cases.
Asana is also walking back its plans to require employees in the office four days a week.
"Once we do return to the office, we will build on Work From Home Wednesdays by introducing additional flexibility for employees to work from home on Fridays," Asana spokesperson Leah Wiedenmann told Protocol in an email on Tuesday afternoon.
Apple, ServiceNow and Pure Storage have also pushed back their reopenings this month. Apple won't return to the office until October or later, and both ServiceNow and Pure Storage have told employees they can work remotely for at least the rest of the year.