New Philadelphia mayor announces city’s remote workers must return to office

Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker has made a significant number of changes since she started her term in January. Her most recent decision, however, is sure to ruffle the feathers of the city’s workers, especially those who have enjoyed the benefits of working remotely. 

During a press conference on Monday, Philadelphia’s mayor announced that all city employees working remotely must return to in-office work full-time by Monday July 15, according to multiple reports. Parker emphasized that doing so is not just a change in routine, but an integral part of her administration’s plans to implement changes that will significantly improve the city and increase government efficiency.

“In alignment with my Administration’s goals of creating a more visible and accessible government, I have notified all City workers that they will be transitioning to full-time, in-office work effective July 15, 2024,” Parker said in a statement. “All City
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