Apple has delayed the full reopening of the office and is giving each employee a $ 1,000 bonus



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    According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and NBC News’ Zoe Schiffer, Apple has postponed the date on which company employees must return to the office indefinitely. CEO Tim Cook sent an email to staff on Wednesday, stating that the return date was “not yet decided.” He also announced that Apple will offer $ 1,000 to all employees. It states that Gurman can be used for “working from home needs”. Apple spokesman Nick Leahy has confirmed The Verge’s $ 1,000 bonus and said it applies to all employees, including retailer employees. Delays occur as the number of cases of

    COVID19 increases and the Omicron variant begins to spread. Prior to that, the workers were scheduled to return to the office on February 1st with a hybrid work pilot announced in-house in November. It was already late in itself. The company changed its plans in the past. Apple closed three retail stores this week in response to the rise in COVID19 infections. On Tuesday, customers had to wear a mask at a retail store. Correction December 15, 6:54 pm ET: Retail store employees also receive a $ 1,000 bonus. I regret my mistake.

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