Credit Karma seeks employee return to downtown Oakland office in September

OAKLAND — Credit Karma is telling employees that it expects its workers to return to the office in September, a move that solidifies the tech company’s headquarters presence in downtown Oakland.

The financial services tech company also has decided to completely exit San Francisco and says its only Bay Area operation will be at its Oakland headquarters.

“We have been very clear with our employees that post-Labor Day is when we intend to return to the office,” said Colleen McCreary, Credit Karma’s chief people, places, and publicity officer. “We don’t want a permanent remote workforce.”

Credit Karma has leased 166,700 square feet in The Key at 12th complex at 1100

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