Apple requiring corporate employees in the US to return to offices on April 11
Apple has informed its corporate employees in the US that it will require them to return to their offices on April 11 for in-person work, with the iPhone maker setting the roadmap of requiring employees to work from the office at least one day per week by April 11, at least two days per week by May 2, and at least three days per week by late May.
According to a report from Bloomberg who detailed Apple’s return-to-work plans, by the end of May employees will be required to work in-person on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, with most corporate employees having the option to work remotely on Wednesdays and Fridays as part of a hybrid work plan.
Apple’s return-to-work plan has been postponed several times due to fluctuating COVID-19 infection rates. In December, Apple gave corporate employees $1000 to spend on home office equipment after originally pencilling in the return of corporate employees for September 2021.
No information was shared by Bloomberg about the return-to-work status of employees working at Apple’s international corporate offices.