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Walmart has announced that corporate employees will return to work in November

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Walmart, an American chain of retail departments, and grocery stores announced on Friday that its corporate employees will return to the office during the week of Nov. 8.

The company is known for being the largest company in the world by revenue. With 2.2 million employees, it is the world’s greatest private company. Walmart is a family-owned company that was originally established in Rogers, Arkansas in 1962 by Sam Walton.

Donna Morris, chief people officer, said that they had a way of working before the pandemic and they developed an effective way of working during the pandemic. Now, they are excited about the new, more flexible way of working.

In July, the company announced all campus office associates and regional should be vaccinated by this month unless they have an approved exception. Morris said all campus associates will be fully vaccinated for safety.

 PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting and consulting firm, announced in October that all of its 40,000 US-based service employees will be able to work virtually from anywhere in the country.

Airbnb employees do not have to return to the office until September 2022 according to CEO Brian Chesky.

Amazon announced on Oct. 11 that it will leave it up to participant managers to decide while and if its company employees will return to work by January 3. Staff members at Apple are still not set to return to work until January at the soonest. For those returning, the company has implemented a hybrid approach and is motivating individuals to get vaccinated. Many more companies have decided to think about how they want to approach work-life.

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