26.8.2021 | Apple change its Office Return date to 2022
Apple has again pushed back its planned return to the office for US workers due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Bloomberg reports that the company has shifted its October date to January, though the schedule remains tentative for now. Apple reportedly told employees in a memo that it would confirm the re-opening deadline one month before staff are expected to return to corporate workplaces.
Like many employers, the iPhone maker is also preparing for a hybrid work routine. Apple apparently expects staff to attend the office at least three days a week — Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays — with the option to work remotely on Wednesday and Friday.