US FDA May Rethink White Oak Campus As Agency Plots New Normal For Work
A pilot project on the future of work at the FDA could lead to reduced office space requirements and improve recruitment and retention, officials say.
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Employees are beginning to work in the office again, but are not finding many colleagues while at the agency’s White Oak headquarters.
Human resource managers also worried that since universal teleworking was valued by employees, a return to pre-pandemic conditions could cause a mass exodus.
Scott Gottlieb says that some meetings should remain in-person, but with virtual options proven effective, the FDA could offer more opportunities to talk to sponsors.