Report: Apple unlikely to imminently require full in-person work as COVID cases rise

In April, after a number of delays and false starts, Apple officially started requiring employees return to the office for in-person work. Apple’s plan called for a gradual implementation of in-person work, starting at one day per week and increasing to three days per week.

Come May, with COVID-19 cases increasing once again, Apple paused the rollout of its plans. Now, Bloomberg reports that it’s unlikely Apple will implement the three days per-week requirement anytime soon.

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