By Aaron Holmes
- Tech giants Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon have announced plans — with varying degrees of specificity — outlining how employees might return to their offices this year.
- Google, Facebook, and Microsoft have set dates that their offices will tentatively reopen this summer.
- Those three companies, along with Amazon, will still allow most employees to keep working from home through the fall.
- Tech giants returning to work are relying on safety measures […]
Scoop: In a late night email to employees, Sundar Pichai told Google workers that it plans to begin reopening offices globally at a 10-15% capacity starting in June. He also addressed employee burnout, telling workers to take a day off in late May. https://t.co/gda2OtK4W7
— Jennifer Elias (@jenn_elias) May 8, 2020
Google originally said it would keep its work from home policy until 1 June, but is extending it for seven more months.
Facebook said it would reopen its offices on 6 July as coronavirus lockdowns are gradually lifted. pic.twitter.com/LDoiyFRRin
— Capital Moments (@CapitalMoments) May 8, 2020
As states across the country begin to reopen, a growing number of big tech companies are telling employees they can continue to work from home until the fall or even through the end of the year. https://t.co/tacv9HE4Ry
— CNN Business (@CNNBusiness) May 8, 2020