BlackRock to require employees to return to the office in September and allow remote work two days a week

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, will ask its U.S. employees to return to the office in September, when it will launch a trial phase that will allow employees to work remotely an average of up to two days a week, the foreign news agency reported.

BlackRock said the company will ask employees to voluntarily start “re-acclimating” to office work on a regular basis in July and August. Employees will be divided into groups that will rotate into the office every two weeks during the months. Employees will have until June 30 to continue working from home.