Meta has now brought back some of its earlier perks in an effort to improve employee morale. After a difficult year that saw numerous layoffs, Meta has started rehiring workers who had previously been fired in the previous year.
According to Bloomberg, a worker revealed that the business had ordered branded T-shirts for its employees, which is seen as a positive sign for the business’s performance. Furthermore, a variety of vendors have been hired to set up stalls and provide mouthwatering food options in an effort to entice workers to work from the office at least three days per week.
The majority of the eateries at the California office are once again open. Dinner service now begins at 6, an earlier time slot than before. Additionally, the employees’ Thursday happy hours as well as services like laundry and haircuts have been resumed. The pandemic-related cost-cutting measures that caused dinners and fun hours to be cancelled have been lifted.
Stocks of snacks are also being replenished. Stocks of well-liked beverages, particularly fruit-flavored sparkling waters from La Croix, will once again be present in the refrigerator.
Not all amenities, though, have been restored. Laundry, for instance, is no longer free.
Through an email sent by the human resources division earlier this month, the staff members were formally informed of the “three days in office” requirement. According to reports, the tech giant warned its employees that failure to follow this directive could result in job termination.