Like many companies, especially active in the field of technology, Apple decided to adopt the pattern of working from home during the Covid 19 pandemic, but with the improvement of conditions globally due to the effectiveness of vaccination campaigns, it seems that Apple will proceed to adopt a work system similar to what was proposed by competing companies such as Google and Facebook .
According to a BBC report, CEO Tim Cook sent an internal company-wide letter to employees last Wednesday, in which he indicated that Apple wanted its employees to return to the offices by next September, and according to Cook, workers should They return to their offices at least three days a week. Some employees will be given the option to work the remaining two days remotely.
According to the BBC, citing Apple’s internal message, teams that require in-person work for four or five days a week will have to attend, and Apple has also told employees that they will be able to apply for the opportunity to work remotely for two weeks a year, and with However, managers will need to approve requests to work remotely. Tim Cook, like other CEOs, seems not to have been enthusiastic about working from home.
“Despite all that we have been able to achieve while so many of us have been apart, the truth is that there has been one fundamental thing missing from the past year: each other,” Tim Cook said in the internal letter to staff. “Video calling certainly narrowed the distance between us, but there are things that simply cannot be replicated.” “I know I’m not alone in missing the buzz of energy, creativity, collaboration in our in-person meetings, and a sense of the community we all built.”