DC government limiting days employees can telework

Starting in March, the Washington, D.C., government will begin limiting the number of days that employees can work remotely to only one day per week.

Many employees in the district already work full time in person, but in some sectors, there has been flexibility in remote working.

“It’s about the services that we provide to our residents, and we are a local government, and we need to be there to do that,” Mayor Muriel Bowser said.

“To enhance our engagement with the community, foster a more collaborative work environment, and support the local economy, the District Government will be shifting from 2 routine telework days per week to 1 day per week … Our presence in the District is more than just a physical requirement – it’s about being a visible, active part of the community,” the Washington
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