Apple is reportedly postponing the return to office until October

An antenna view of the new Apple headquarters on April 28, 2017 in Copertino, California.


Apple will delay the return to office of at least one month, in rotation back his initial plan to bring workers in three days a week starting from in September, Bloomberg reported.

The report will push Apple’s return to office given as early as October, and arrives as deadly The variants of Covid-19 have spread nationwide. Apple did not respond to a request for comment on the report.

CEO Tim Cook sent out an email last month asking workers to return to the office Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, with the option for work at a distance for up two weeks a year, The Verge reported.

The move brought great rejection by employees, with some call the plan a move who “forced some” of our colleagues quit “, according to an internal memo obtained from The Verge.

Apple’s plan is one of the most severe return to work policies among Big Tech companies. Microsoft announced would be allow employees a work from home half time, as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said last month full-time employees can work from home whether their work can be done remotely. Both Twitter and Spotify were advertised as permanent work from home policies.

To read more on the return of Apple in work plans in Bloomberg.

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