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Sony Pictures employees can hope to return to the Culver City lot as early as June – Deadline

Sony Pictures Entertainment president Tony Vinciquerra sent an email to staff in Culver City, Calif., Stating that a gradual reopening will begin as the pandemic subsides from June 1, with the aim of putting the all up to date by Labor Day.

Sony is following Warner Bros. and Disney, both of whom plan to have employees gradually return in the middle of the summer.

Sony is still working on the details, as Vinciquerra explains in his note below, but there will be limits when it comes to how many employees will return and which offices will be occupied. Additional safety measures will be implemented, including stepping up the cleaning regime, upgrading AC filters and UV lighting inside AC equipment as well as increasing air traffic. outside air. All very good news as the film industry as a whole seeks to restore some form of pre-pandemic normalcy.

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You can read Vinciquerra’s email below:

As the cases of COVID-19 continue to decline and the number of vaccinations increases every day, we are starting to see very encouraging signs of a recovery. With many national and local restrictions reduced, allowing more businesses to reopen, we can now begin to move on to the next phases of our back-to-office planning.

Pending local government advice and continued immunization progress, we plan to start welcoming more of our Culver City-based employees starting June 1, with the goal of being fully up to date on the field. here Labor Day.

In order to maintain our current security protocols and to take an appropriate distance from those already working on productions in the field, this next phase will be limited in terms of how many people we bring back, which offices will be occupied and how often. employees will be on site. site every week. These details are currently being worked out with our P&O and Security and Facilities teams. To help you with this process, we would love to hear from you.

For those of you who are not already in the field and wish to be considered for a return in this next phase, please click here to register and find out more about what to expect.

We will be monitoring with more details on our progress and schedule in the coming weeks and look forward to welcoming all employees in future phases. In anticipation of this next phase, we are implementing additional safety measures, including an improved cleaning regime, improved air conditioning filters, UV lighting inside air conditioning equipment where possible, and circulation of air. increased outdoor air. As we have done throughout our return-to-office planning, we will provide sufficient advance notice when it is time to return to help support successful transitions and allow time to manage requests at home and at work.

The progress we are seeing around the world in managing the spread of the virus and getting life back to normal is some of the most exciting news we have seen throughout this difficult year. There is every reason to be optimistic about the direction things are going right now. That said, please continue to be safe and adhere to CDC security guidelines and protocols.

Tony

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