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LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky decides to allow employees to work remotely for good

Source | | J. Jennings Moss

LinkedIn has become one of the most prominent Silicon Valley-based companies to tell its employees that they will be able to work remotely on a permanent basis.

The Sunnyvale-based business networking company trusts its employees to do what’s best for the company, CEO Ryan Roslansky said in a blog post on Thursday.

“We’ve learned every individual and every team works differently, so we’re moving away from a one-size-fits-all policy,” Roslansky said in the post.

This doesn’t mean that LinkedIn, which has an extensive network of office buildings it leases or owns in Sunnyvale and elsewhere in the Valley and Bay Area, will be closing its offices. The company is keeping a hybrid work structure, but is taking a more open approach than most other local companies.

In contrast to LinkedIn, Apple, for example, has laid out a rigid return-to-work plan that will require all employees to come into the office on the same three days each week — a framework that’s already led some Apple employees to ask for a less structured approach.

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