Inc is pausing the construction of six new U.S. office buildings to re-evaluate the designs to better suit hybrid work.

A report by Reuters noted that, despite the construction delays of office buildings in Bellevue, Wash. and Nashville, the company’s hiring plans for each city — 25,000 and 5,000 jobs, respectively — remain on track. “Our offices are long-term investments and we want to make sure we design them in a way that meets our employees’ needs in the future,” said an Amazon spokesperson.

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The report also noted Amazon and Facebook parent company Meta Platforms is pulling back on office expansion plans in New York. According to a Meta spokesperson, the company is reassessing office use in its expansion plans. “The past few years have brought new possibilities around the ways we connect and work.”

Last month, Yelp Inc. chief executive officer Jeremy Stoppelman said the company is focusing on its remote-working first approach by closing its offices in Chicago, New York and Washington D.C., as well as reducing its footprint in Phoenix.

While the company has been reopening its offices over the last nine months, Stoppelman said just one per cent of Yelp’s global workforce is in the office every day, noting the cost-savings realized from the closures will go toward Yelp’s employee experience initiatives, hiring new talent and growing the business.

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