From Pay Cuts to Permanent Work-from-home, Here's How Silicon Valley Companies Are Thinking About The Future of Work
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The world's biggest tech companies have varying plans for the future of work.
Some companies, like Twitter and Slack, have said employees never need to return to the office.
Others, like Microsoft, are reportedly adopting a hybrid model where employees report to the office only a few days per week.
Companies like Amazon and Salesforce are adopting new benefits to help out working parents, like subsidized back-up childcare and extended paid leave.
At Facebook, employees may work from home permanently, but if they leave the Bay Area for a less expensive city, they'll likely face a pay cut starting in January.