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Apple Delays February Corporates Return To Office Till Further Notice

Apple Corporates staffs will not be Returning To Office Till Further Notice

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Apple Delays February Corporates Return To Office Till Further Notice

Due to the continuous spread of COVID-19 and the newly developing omicron variant, Apple employees will not be returning to corporate offices in February as scheduled, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook in a message sent out today.


Apple sent out a memo in November informing staff that they might be expected to return to work on February 1, but that date has now been pushed out indefinitely. Meanwhile, for the time being, there is no word on when staff will be required to return to work, so those who are able to do so will continue to work from home for the time being.


The postponement will come as a relief to Apple employees who have been dreading the return to corporate headquarters, although Apple does want to have staff return at some time. Cook stated that the return date is “still to be established.”

Since the beginning of the outbreak, Apple officials have made it clear that staff will ultimately need to return to work. To be fair, video conference calling has shortened the gap between us, but there are some things it simply cannot imitate, “Cook stated in June.”

When it is safe for staff to return to work, Apple intends to use a hybrid work schedule. Employees will be required to work three days a week in the office, but will have the option of working from home two days a week. Apple also intends to allow workers to work remotely for up to one month every year, providing them with more time to travel and be with family.

Because staff will need to continue working from home, Cook stated that Apple will provide each corporate employee with a $1,000 gift card to spend on home office equipment.

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