Technology giant Apple postponed her office work plan three days a week due to growing Omicron cases in the United States.
Apple suspended its work plan for three days a week due to increased Covid-19 cases. Normally, the change they will start next week from Monday was postponed due to the effects of the Omicron variant in the United States.
Apple has already shared several plans to implement to return its employees to the office. The company wanted to manage a gradual process for returning to the office. Finally, Apple plans to return its employees to the office three days a week from 23 May and has postponed that decision due to the current pandemic conditions.
The company was put into face-to-face work once a week in April and twice a week from 2 May, but increased Covid-19 cases have prevented plans to work in the office three days a week. Apple will specify that it will notify its employees at least two weeks in advance of the current plan change, while face-to-face employees will require masks in common areas and elevators.