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Sixth Street Plans Four Weeks of Remote Work in Summer of 2022

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Sixth Street is planning to let employees work remotely for four weeks next summer after the investment firm learned lessons from time spent away from the office during the Covid-19 pandemic.

While being together again has been productive and helped staffers make connections, the four weeks of off-site work across locations late next summer will give them flexibility and allow them to spend time with family and friends, Chief Executive Officer Alan Waxman said during a town-hall meeting Monday. The decision was announced early, he said, so employees can make plans for next year.