Apple sets April 11 deadline for US corporate employees to return to office – Bloomberg News

Apple Inc. The logo was unveiled at the Apple Market, New York, USA, on January 18, 2011 in the lobby. REUTERS

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March 4 (Reuters) – Apple Inc. (AAPL.O) has set April 11, 2006, as the date for U.S. corporate employees to return to office, Bloomberg News reported Friday.

The iPhone maker has been trying to get staff back to the office since June last year, but has postponed the COVID-19 case several times in the fall and winter of 2021.

According to a report from CEO Tim Cook, employees are required to work from office at least once a week until April 11.

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In the three weeks after April 11, employees will be required to work twice a week at the office and on May 23, at least three days a week, the report added.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Reporting by Akash Siriram in Bengalru; Edited by Shailesh Kuber

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