(Reuters) – Apple Inc (NASDAQ:) will delay the return of its employees to office by at least a month to October at the earliest, as COVID-19 cases surge back in the United States and abroad, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.
The iPhone maker will inform its employees at least a month before their expected return to offices, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter. (https://bloom.bg/36Prdyc)
Apple did not respond to a Reuters request for comment.
In June, the company asked employees to return to offices for at least three days a week from early September, veering from the stance of other big technology firms that were permitting full remote work.
Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook had originally planned a summer return.
Many tech companies, including Twitter Inc (NYSE:) and Salesforce.com Inc (NYSE:), have opted for hybrid or permanent remote-work models.
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