A Tiffany & Co. store in Zurich | Source: Shutterstock
Now that the epic saga that was the $15.8 billion luxury acquisition has been completed, Tiffany employees in New York and New Jersey received a memo instructing them to work a minimum of two days per week from the company’s offices.
”As positivity rates start to decrease and given that we are now part of the broader LVMH family, we are uniquely situated to find new ways in which we can work together,” an internal document reviewed by BoF read. The Wall Street Journal first reported the news on Friday.
The return-to-office guidance Tiffany outlined follows that of other US fashion companies like G-III, which began requiring employees back to its offices last autumn. Employees are encouraged to stagger their arrival and departure times, eat only at their own desks rather than in communal areas and conduct team meetings remotely, despite being in the same office.
Tiffany declined to comment to BoF for this story.