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Facebook Parent Meta to Shrink Some Offices as It Adapts to Hybrid Work

Facebook Parent Meta to Shrink Some Offices as It Adapts to Hybrid Work

Meta Platforms plans to shrink some of its offices as many of its employees continue to do their jobs from home, the latest big company to reassess its real estate in the hybrid-work era. The social-media giant will rearrange some office layouts, clustering desks and teams together to effectively put employees in closer proximity, the company’s top real-estate executive said in an interview. “One of our jobs is to recalibrate our space,” said John Tenanes, vice president of global facilities and real estate at Meta.