Apple urges return to offices due to growing coveted cases: report
According to Bloomberg, Apple is delaying plans to return to its personal work due to an increase in coveted cases driven by Delta variables. The company had drawn up a roadmap for return to its offices in early September, which required employees to arrive at least three days a week, but now has a deadline of “at least one month.” Extended to October. “
Returning to Apple’s offices was controversial among some of its employees. A group of workers in an internal slack channel for thousands of “remote work advocates” collaborated on a letter to CEO Tim Cook and the rest of Apple’s leadership, making it a point for the company to pursue a policy of working from home. Should adopt. Apple’s SVP for Retail and People, Deirdre O’Brien, responded to the request by saying that “personal cooperation is essential to our culture and our future.”
Apple was unfriendly to the concept of an epidemic before remote work, and allowing employees to work from home two days a week is a big change for the company, while other Silicon Valley companies hire more workers. Giving more than. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave an example way to Last year, when he saw that in the next five to ten years, half of the company was permanently transferred to remote work. Google has said it expects 20 percent of its employees to be on long-term jobs when its offices reopen.
Apple now appears to be one of the first companies to change its plans in response to the growing demand for COVID. According to Bloomberg, employees will be given at least one month’s warning before they return to work in person.