Apple Inc has finally decided to delay the return of its employees to office by at least one month to October, as COVID-19 cases have started increasing in the United States and abroad.
The tech giant has revealed that it plans to inform its employees at least a month before their expected return to offices, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter.
In June, the iPhone maker asked employees to return to offices for at least three days a week from early September, veering from the stance of other big technology firms that were permitting full remote work.
Apple’s Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook had originally planned a summer return.
Many tech companies, including Twitter Inc and Salesforce.com Inc, have opted for hybrid or permanent remote-work models.