Apple postpones return to office until October, report says

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Apple won't mandate their workers' return to offices until October at least.

Apple won’t mandate its employees’ return to office until October.

This is according to a report by Bloomberg, which says Apple’s move is a reaction to a rise in COVID-19 cases in many countries.

Apple’s original plan, per company CEO Tim Cook’s memo to staff, was to have employees return to offices in early September, for three days per week. But Cook’s memo came in June, when COVID-19 cases in the U.S. were declining. In July, however, due to the more infectious Delta variant of the virus, cases are rising again, both in the U.S. and many other countries where Apple has offices.

Bloomberg says the company will give employees at least a month’s notice until they have to return to offices.

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