Boeing is letting top executives work in small offices near their homes and commute by private jet rather than relocate to its new headquarters

As the COVID pandemic gradually subsided, Boeing, like many workplaces worldwide, encouraged its employees to return to the office.

But while the aerospace giant has tried to limit working outside of the office—30% of its job ads today allow for remote or hybrid working—several of Boeing’s top executives have not relocated closer to the company’s new Virginia headquarters and reportedly rarely show their faces in the office.

Take CEO David Calhoun, who took the helm shortly before the…

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