Apple Inc. has given its corporate employees until September 5 to resume working
According to a report that was published by Bloomberg News on Monday, Apple Inc. has given its corporate employees until September 5 to start working at least three days per week again. According to the information presented in the article, the company would require its employees to report to the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and a third regular day, the selection of which would be left up to the respective teams. On Monday, employees were given more information about the new plan.
Apple Inc. has mandated that all corporate staff members report to work at least three days each week by September 5, or face termination. Reuters’ request for the maker of iPhones to respond was not immediately met with an answer from the company. Apple has joined a growing number of other companies in the technology and finance sectors in asking employees to report back to the office as the number of COVID incidents has decreased.
Earlier in the month of June, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk of Tesla Inc. reportedly sent an email to staff that invited employees to either return to work or leave the firm. Reuters was able to secure a copy of this email.