San Francisco: After two long years of uncertainty due to covid 19 Pademic things are getting normal not completely though. Especially for employees who are working in big multinational companies those two years were not so easy as they work remotely and meet the project deadlines. With a number of uncertainties lack of proper work environment at home it was a struggle for most of them
Finally, it seems that work from home is all set to end. Latest reports suggest that Tech giant Apple employees will have to return to offices from April 11, media reports say.
Based on a report from CNBC, most of the corporate employees in California are comfortable returning to office and well aware of the risks of Covid -19 infections once employees start returning to the office. The news comes as there is a decline in covid cases across the state and the country.
Not for the first Tim Tech Gaint announced its plans to bring back employees to office, at least four times the company asked employees to get back to the office and delayed later because of uncertain circumstances due to covid infections.
According to a Memo sent by chief executive officer Tim Cook, Employees had to work atleast one day in a week and after 3 weeks from April 11th employees need to work at atleast 2 days in a week and from May 3rd employees need attend office atleast 3 days in a week.
Earlier Google announced that its employees would return to the office on April 4th.
Apple is probably one of the first companies in the United States to announce to its employees to work from home in March 2020. The company decided to go for the Work From Home model even though the company’s culture emphasizes in-person collaboration. The company believes that the development of new hardware products is best performed by on-site employees.
The Tech gainst several times delayed its employees to return to the office due to surge in covid cases over the past two years. Apple stores are open around the world and on Thursday the company revealed that they are resuming its operation in-person classes and workshops at stores.