14 Companies that have asked employees to work from office at least three days a week

Google: Google announced plans for a flexible workweek, with most employees expected to work at least three days a week in the office.

Apple: Apple also planned a hybrid work model, where employees would be in the office at least three days a week starting in September 2021.

Microsoft: Microsoft announced a "hybrid workplace" plan, with most employees working from home no more than 50% of the time.

Salesforce: Salesforce introduced a "work from anywhere" model, allowing most employees to work remotely up to four days a week.

Amazon: Amazon announced plans for a hybrid work model, with most corporate employees working in the office at least three days a week.

Facebook (now Meta): Facebook announced a new hybrid work model, with employees expected to work in the office at least 50% of the time.

Twitter: Twitter announced a permanent work-from-home option for some employees, but also plans for a flexible work model with at least three days in the office for others.

JPMorgan Chase: JPMorgan Chase announced plans for a rotational schedule, with employees expected to work in the office for at least 50% of the time.

Goldman Sachs: Goldman Sachs planned to bring its employees back to the office, requiring them to work in the office at least three days a week.

Uber: Uber announced a hybrid work model, with employees expected to work in the office at least three days a week starting in September 2021.

IBM: IBM announced plans for a flexible work model, with most employees expected to work in the office at least three days a week.

Citigroup: Citigroup planned for a hybrid work model, with employees expected to work in the office at least three days a week.

PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers): PwC announced a hybrid work model, with employees expected to work in the office for at least three days a week.

Cisco Systems: Cisco Systems planned for a hybrid work model, with employees expected to work in the office at least three days a week