Parag Agrawal to Twitter Employees: Work Wherever You Feel Most Productive and Creative

Business travel can resume immediately, and offices worldwide will begin opening March 15

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Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal updated the company’s policies on business travel and office attendance in a note to employees Thursday, which he also shared in a tweet.

Agrawal said business travel can resume immediately, and Twitter’s offices worldwide will begin opening March 15, but he left decisions on whether or not to travel and where to work up to employees.

He wrote, “As we open back up, our approach remains the same. Wherever you feel most productive and creative is where you will work, and that includes working from home full-time forever. Office every day? That works, too. Some days in office, some days from home? Of course. That’s actually how most of you feel.”

Agrawal warned of challenges ahead but noted how Twitter responded to the pandemic when it emerged in 2020, saying, “We’ll need to be proactive, intentional, learn and adapt. We’re in this together, and we each play a role in the open, inclusive and productive culture we want to create.”