Verizon’s Return To Office Policy & Timeline

Verizon RTO

The most recent public update from Verizon about its return-to-office policy came in 2022. As of April 1, 2022, most corporate Verizon employees are expected to work on a hybrid schedule, although a specific amount of visits per week was never specified.

Here is everything you need to know about Verizon’s return to office plan: the current policy, the timeline of delays, and sentiment from Apple employees and leadership about how work will be done in the future at the company.


Verizon’s Return To Office: Current Policy

  • Return To Office Date: April 1, 2022
  • Location Policy: Hybrid
  • Office Visit Expectations: (Unknown)
  • Office Space Footprint: Decreasing


Verizon’s RTO Timeline

June 2, 2021: Verizon’s first RTO policy: Manager-led, primarily hybrid

  • “Home-based: V Teamers whose work is performed almost exclusively from a home workspace with occasional in-person gatherings.
  • Hybrid: V Teamers whose work is tied to a defined work location or area, but allows for flexibility to work from home and the office with a set schedule determined by their director.

For our U.S.-based employees, your leaders will share working models by this Friday, June 4. If you’re in the Hybrid working model, you will also learn your wave for timing on training and onboarding.”


September 27, 2021: RTO delayed

“Craig announced that hybrid employees in the U.S. won’t be required to start following their in-office schedules until early next year. The shift in timing will allow his team to review the forthcoming federal government requirements and understand how they may impact Verizon’s COVID-19 response.”

“Hybrid employees will be given at least 30 days notice before they are required to follow their in-office schedules.”


March 14, 2022: Current RTO policy: Hybrid schedules

“Here’s a reminder of our timeline for our hybrid work plans in the U.S.:

  • March: V teamers should build back those office muscles, test and learn
  • April: Official activation of hybrid plans”


View All Return To Office Plans For The Fortune 100

Every month, we update every Fortune 100 company’s return-to-office policy. You can view the data below.

Fortune 100 RTO policy database

RTO news & sentiment by company: Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, Bank Of America, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Meta (Facebook), Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo

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