Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal said on Twitter Thursday that the company is reopening all of its corporate offices around the world starting March 15 and resuming business travel effective immediately.
Twitter had briefly reopened its San Francisco and New York offices in July, then closed them again amid a COVID-19 surge. It once again opened those offices in November at limited capacity.
Unlike companies like Amazon that are leaving the return-to-work decision up to individual team leaders, Twitter will let individual employees decide where they want to work. The company was the first major U.S. company to decide to let its employees work from home forever, a decision announced in May of last year.
"Wherever you feel most productive and creative is where you will work and that includes working from home full-time forever," Agrawal wrote in a note to employees that was posted to Twitter. The company closed offices and ended most business travel almost two years ago.
For more on the tech industry's return-to-work plans, check out Protocol's Return to Work Calendar, which is being continually updated with the latest dates and plans.