Apple will return employees to offices on April 11

It became known that corporate employees of Apple very soon will gradually begin to return back to the offices. This will happen two years after the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic. In more detail, as part of a memo to employees, CEO Tim Cook stated that starting April 11, employees will be required to be in the office at least one day a week.

A little later, namely from May 2, employees will have to be in the office at least two days a week. Well, from May 23, they will have to work straight from the office at least on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. And yes, these changes will be part of the transition of the corporation to a hybrid model of work. “In the coming weeks and months, we will have the opportunity to combine the best we’ve learned about remote work with the irreplaceable benefits of in-person collaboration.

Right now, more than ever, it is important that we support each other during this transition period, together overcoming the difficulties that we face as a team, as well as the whole world as a whole. By the way, it should be recalled that Apple initially tried to return its employees back to the offices since June last year. However, the corporation was forced to postpone these plans several times due to a sharp increase in cases of COVID-19. Now, as part of a hybrid pilot project, employees will receive an additional month of work from home later this year.

By the way, it was also revealed a little earlier this week that Apple made it mandatory for even vaccinated corporate employees to wear masks, even in regions where they are no longer required by local regulatory authorities. And yet, masks are already optional at Apple Stores in several states. Also, do not forget that the company has introduced mandatory testing for COVID-19 twice a week for all its employees, regardless of location and field of activity.

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