Nike’s vice president of workplace design and connectivity, Jeff Nichols, has sent out in an email to affected employees, laying out a new in-office work policy for the company’s global headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Nike is to begin raising capacity, services and amenities there as of next month, while continuing to abide by the Covid rules set forth by the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Vaccinated or not, all persons at headquarters will have to wear a mask. There will also be a “clean desk policy” requiring office staff to clear away all items at the end of the day. Nike hopes to have all buildings open, at less than capacity, by September. Office staff is expected to work at the office only three days per week, with two days at home. “Over time,” Nichols wrote, “we anticipate that norms will develop around the days we’re together, and we’ll learn and assess what works best.” Nike has set up “more flexible, shared workspaces and collaboration areas” as well as “mobile food ordering” and is developing a reservation system. In May 2019 there were about 12,600 employees working at the campus. A few days ago, Adidas said that it plans to discuss and define new guidelines for in-person and remote working at the end of this year.