Almost two years after the start of the pandemic, things are still a bit backwards. At Apple teleworking is still going on and although it has been tried to change on occasion, we have seen how it has not been possible. Sometimes for health and others because the employees did not want to. But in February it seems that almost total normality will return to the offices. According to its CEO, the work will be hybrid but more in person than at a distance.
In a memo written by Apple CEO Tim Cook and sent to employees, Apple plans to return corporate workers to a hybrid work model that would see staff work on Apple campuses and offices for several days a week. . After the initial adoption of the hybrid work model in February, Apple employees are expected to work in the office for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday while working from home on Wednesday and Fridayaccording to The Information, which has had access to the memo. This hybrid work model will not apply to departments and teams that have a “greater need to work in person.”
In that same document, it is said that Apple plans to allow employees to work remotely. up to one month per year to provide “more opportunities to travel, be closer to loved ones, or simply change your routines.” A figure that is broader than the two-week remote work option announced in early 2021.
In this way, February 2022 will mark a before and after as did February 2020. Little by little we recover our lives, relationships and face-to-face work, although it costs some more than others, surely we will all get them and hope that one day we will remember this period as a bad dream.
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