Apple sets deadline to bring back the workers to office, with mandatory 3-days-per-week policy  

During the lock down period, companies has given work from home facilities to the works, but who thinks that will continue so far, as many company adopt the work from home culture, and in that list Apple was also included but not so far, as the company recently sets the guidelines for the employees to return back to office, which is mandatory for everyone. However they have comes with a new policy 3-days-per-week.

5th September is the deadline, as per the policy the company will require employees to work from the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays and a regular third day that will be determined by individual teams.

According to Apples original shift plan, which called for in-person work on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Not only that the company notified employees of the new approach on Monday.

As per the reports the new policy will first take effect in Silicon Valley and then spread to other offices.

The policy has comes weeks after the company dropped its mask mandate in common areas of offices. However they had removed such a requirement at individual desks several months ago.

Meanwhile the company is going to organised a in-person gathering at its campus in June to watch a developers conference presentation, which is going to be the first gathering since 2019.