Google is pushing it back again Go back to personal work. The CEO is pretty picky Told staff The company is delaying a mandatory return to office until January 2022. The current volunteer scheme will run until January 10th. From then on, Google’s offices will decide when (and if) to make office work mandatory. Staff will be notified 30 days in advance if needed.
The Internet pioneer previously hoped to establish a Hybrid Work Week on October 18th, where three workers would arrive in five days. This, instead, was after the original planned return in September.
The reasoning behind the delay is not surprising. According to Pichai, the recovery of the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic, and thus the return to offices, has been “longer and more troublesome than expected.” In other words, factors such as delta variants of the virus, vaccination rates, and levels in different cases have clouded the situation – what works well in one country can be dangerous in another.
Not that Google will take the opportunity regardless. Company now Complete vaccination is required For any employee returning to the office, voluntarily or otherwise. Google people may be interested in filling its halls, but it doesn’t want security issues or even weak employees. It’s not alone, it’s not – including technology companies Like an apple Plans to return to their own offices have been delayed as the reality of the epidemic has become clear.
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