Google pushes back return-to-office of any kind into 2022!
Read more to find out about Google's latest return to office plans. Also check out the remote work story of ONLYOFFICE' Sales Director.
As COVID-19 cases begin to surge, Google has delayed employees' return to the office in the US and other countries. The tech giant will be extending its voluntary work-from-home policy until at least January 10th, 2022.
Google pushed back the date when its employees must return to the office until after Jan. 10 https://t.co/OOzxsqzbkn
Depending on local conditions after January 10th, the various Google offices worldwide will determine when they'll end remote work. The company is also expected to give employees at least 30 days' notice before they are expected to return to work.
The constant back and forth between companies over the return to work dates highlights how challenging it is for them to prepare for a post-pandemic world.
Flexibility has become a key issue as companies try to bring employees back into offices after more than a year of remote work.
Extending the company's return-to-office date will give employees more flexibility when coming back. Moreover, the company has already approved thousands of employees' requests to continue working remotely or to change locations.
AMA! I am sales director, working in sales for 15 yrs, mom to a 9-yr old & a newbie remote worker 👩💻
Galina, a newbie remote worker, shares her remote working story with us today and says that the most important thing we need to know about her is that she's crazy about the ONLYOFFICE project. She has been working at the firm for about 15 years and is presently the Sales Director.