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Snap Staff Told to Be in Office Four Days a Week Starting in February

  • CEO Spiegel’s new rule goes into effect at end of February
  • Spiegel pitches move as a way to accelerate company’s growth
Evan Spiegel

Evan Spiegel

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Snap Inc. Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel told employees that he expects them to be in the social media company’s offices in person 80% of the time starting in February.

“I believe that spending more time together in person will help us to achieve our full potential,” he wrote, according to a memo reviewed by Bloomberg. That means an average of four or more days per week in the office for full-time employees, he said -- with some flexibility allowed for work-related tasks such as client meetings to count as in-office time.