Snap Inc. is the latest technology company requiring employees to return to the office.

According to a report by Bloomberg, chief executive officer Evan Spiegel told employees he expects them to be working onsite four days a week starting in February. The policy will also count some tasks, such as client meetings, as time spent in-office, noted the report.

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While tech companies were among the first employers to allow employees to work from home when the coronavirus pandemic was declared in March 2020, they’ve been embracing permanent remote working arrangements to varying degrees.

Last month, Twitter Inc. CEO Elon Musk banned remote work unless he personally approved it, while informing employees they’re expected to work in-office a minimum of 40 hours per week. In October, Uber Technologies Inc. asked its employees to work from office twice a week.

Meanwhile, companies such as Inc., Lyft Inc., Meta and Yelp Inc. have delayed or cancelled office expansions to better suit hybrid work.

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