Bloomberg News said Friday that Apple has set an April 11 deadline for the company’s US administrative employees to return to the office.
Employees will be required to work in the office at least one day a week starting April 11, according to the report, which cites a memo sent by Apple CEO Tim Cook.
The document says that after three weeks, employees will be required to work twice a week in the office, and starting May 23, at least three days a week, according to the report.
Apple did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Apple is part of a string of tech and finance companies that have begun calling for a return to offices as Covid-19 cases decline.
Alphabet’s Google, effective April 4, will require employees to work about three days a week at select company offices in the US, UK and Asia-Pacific region, in the first step toward ending policies that allowed remote work due to Covid-19 concerns.
Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal said in a tweet Thursday that the company is ready to fully resume business travel and open offices around the world, but that employees will have a choice about where to work.
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