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Apple: Apple staff will go to office three days a week, the rules will be applicable from September

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New Delhi: The world’s leading tech company Apple has started a new rule for its employees. Apple employees will go to the office 3 days a week from 5 September under its hybrid work model.

The tech giant is gearing up to launch a new set of equipment and products next month. Apple CEO Tim Cook has said in an internal email sent to his staff that he will reach the office 3 days a week as scheduled days in the company.

He wrote, “Now you will come to the office every third day. It will be decided by your team on which day you have to come to the office. Each team will work according to its decision about which day to come to his office. That’s right. Apple staff will get instructions from their team leader in this regard soon. As before, many employees will have the option to work-from-home 2 days a week.”

Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “According to the rules of the company, you have also been given the option to work-from-home for 4 weeks in a year.” The hybrid work model was first announced by Apple in June 2021.

It was implemented by many tech companies after coronavirus infection increased across the world. Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, Craig, said in a mail sent to his staff that after years of being forced to take such a step.

He wrote, “The week starting September 5 marks the right start of our hybrid work pilot. I am personally offering everyone to come back to work together again in the office.” According to the current situation of Corona for other offices of Apple, a plan can be made to start functioning from the office.

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