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Tech employees working from home could see a pay cut as companies push back office returns: report
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Employees at Google and other tech companies who opt to work from their homes permanently could reportedly see a pay cut depending on where they live.
In a statement provided to Reuters on Tuesday, Google said that employee salaries have always been determined by location.
PAY CUT: GOOGLE EMPLOYEES WHO WORK FROM HOME COULD LOSE MONEY
"Our compensation packages have always been determined by location, and we always pay at the top of the local market based on where an employee works from," a spokesperson for the search engine giant told the outlet.
The spokesperson noted that pay will differ from city to city and state to state, though saying the company would not change an employee's salary based on a transition from office work to working from home.