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General Mills has extended the work-from-home period for the 4,000 people employed at its Golden Valley, Minn., headquarters to May -- the end of General Mills' fiscal year. "We believe there is value in employees being together in person to collaborate and foster a culture of learning, growing, and belonging," said company spokesperson Kelsey Roemhildt. "In the future, we expect the majority of our employees will return to the workplace and many of us are likely to blend time in the office with personal work time at home."

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