Atlassian will reopen most of its U.S. offices next month, the company told employees Wednesday.
The $103 billion software maker shut down its offices in March 2020 and reopened them briefly in June 2021. In July, the company closed them again as the delta variant brought a resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
Atlassian will reopen its San Francisco, Mountain View, New York, Boston and Virginia offices in November, according to an employee who spoke to Protocol on the condition of anonymity. The one U.S. location Atlassian isn't immediately reopening is Austin: That office's lease expires in January, and the company is building out a new Austin office that's set to open in June.
The company's Sydney headquarters is also reopening Nov. 8.
Atlassian isn't requiring employees to return to the office regularly. The company told its workforce last year that they could work remotely forever.
Atlassian didn't immediately comment on its office return plans.