Erie Insurance Changing Remote Work Policy, Requiring Employees to Spend More Time in the Office
Erie Insurance is changing its remote work policy, requiring hybrid employees to spend more time in the office starting next year.
Affected employees will be given an allotment of 52 days to work remotely each year starting Jan. 2 instead of working predetermined 4:1, 3:2 or 2:3 hybrid schedules each week.
Employees will work on-site on days that they are not using a remote day.
The company’s new approach will have more employees work from Erie Insurance’s offices on a consistent basis, the company's executive vice president for human resources and corporate services said in a statement.
Erie Insurance has more than 6,400 employees working across 12 states and the District of Columbia. More than 40 percent of company employees work in fully remote roles. Most other employees have a hybrid schedule, according to the company.