Most U.S. General Motors white-collar workers will not return to the office until year end or later, according to an internal memo. The automaker will consider opening facilities to some salaried
workers starting Oct. 1, but only if it's safe and necessary to their jobs. Oct. 1 will mark the beginning of phase three of GM's four-part plan to bring workers back into the office.
In that phase, managers who want their teams to return to the office and believe it will improve their work can make that case for consideration. No one will be forced to return. GM is currently in
phase two of its return-to-the-workplace plan, meaning only employees who are unable to work remotely are permitted access to GM's facilities.
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