Fujitsu Offices to be Halved as Japanese Tech Giant Makes Remote Work Permanent

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­­­­­­Technology business Fujitsu has announced that it will be reducing its office area by 50 % over the next two decades in a bid to market a “work lifestyle shift”.

Amid a international climate of ongoing realignment all over doing the job environments, 80,000 workers will be requested to generally get the job done from home, the multinational claimed in a Japanese language release right now.

“We will established up hub places of work in each space nationwide that demonstrate… our latest IT devices, showcases, and collaboration with customers” Fujitsu claimed. “We [will] optimise our office scale 50% by 2022”.

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The plan will be prolonged to all domestic workforce this month, and will contain a regular stipend

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