Back to the office, Even in those offices where serious and total smart work has been decided since the onset of the epidemic. Apple has sent an internal communication to its employees, With new rules in effect from September. Everyone will go back to their desks (business and no longer home) At least three days a week, Wrote CEO Tim Cook. For the remaining two days, everyone can choose Whether or not to continue working remotely. If he is not responsible for the duties he is supposed to be in the “full time” office. But there is a possibility Apply to stay in smart work for two weeks a year (Subject to the approval of your employer). “What we were able to do when we were away, The truth is, we have lost something essential this past year: ourselves – He wrote Tim Cook In the statement, in the document On the edge – Video conferencing has bridged the gap between us, of course, but there are things we simply cannot copy. Then he concluded: “I know that the buzz of activity, energy, creativity and collaboration is not just me Chatting in our meetings and the sense of community we have built.
What other tech companies have decided
In short, a decisive return to default in all Apple offices in the world. The smart working year has led the company to increase its revenue by 50 per cent per annum at any time of the year. The same path as another technology company, Google, Who announced similar rules To return to office from September: At least three days visit. Anyone wishing to work more than 14 days a year (and up to a maximum of 12 months, in exceptional cases) must submit an application and wait to progress. To date, Google has over 200,000 employees They can already return to their offices, but on a voluntary basis. Microsoft It has already reopened its offices and maintains a hybrid lineup. So by combining smart work and working in person. The conditions of the other giants are more resilient. Facebook It has given the green light to smart work for its long-term employees, until approved by managers. According to Zuckerberg, half of its workers will be in smart work within ten years. Same idea a Twitter, Announcing a similar policy in early May 2020: Anyone who wants can work from home. Forever.
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