TikTok employees can work from home for two days a week once they're back in the office, according to an internal message obtained by Reuters. The company is still working remotely, and it hasn't yet released a back-to-office date.
The company tapped thousands of hires during the viral pandemic, and many of those employees work out of countries including the United States, France, Germany and Japan. Employees will be able to request to work out of a remote domestic location, pending their manager's approval.
TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, will also halt its overtime policy that required employees to work six days, followed by a shorter work week, on Aug. 1.
Amazon, Apple and Google are rolling out similar hybrid back-to-work policies, some of which sparked frustration among employees who want to choose where they work. Twitter allowed people back to its New York and San Francisco offices Monday, but in-person work isn't required.