The Walt Disney Co. is requiring its white-collar employees to work onsite four days a week beginning in March.

According to a report by CNBC, Bob Iger, chief executive officer of Disney, said hybrid workers will be asked to treat Monday through Thursday as in-person workdays.

“As I’ve been meeting with teams throughout the company over the past few months, I’ve been reminded of the tremendous value in being together with the people you work with,” wrote Iger in an email to employees that was cited in the report.

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The move comes after Iger — who ran Disney as CEO for 15 years — came out of retirement last November to serve as CEO for two more years, which coincided with Disney’s attempt to boost investor confidence and profits at its streaming media unit.

In recent months, more and more companies are asking employees to return to the office. Last November, Twitter Inc. ordered nearly all employees back to the office five days a week, while Apple Inc. told workers in September to return to the office three days a week.

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