Bloomberg News reported Monday that Apple has set Sept. 5 as the deadline for corporate employees to return to the office in person for at least three days a week.
Apple will require the company’s employees to work from the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays and an unspecified third day during the week. The company’s original plan was to have corporate employees work Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in the office.
Apple recently held an in-person meeting on its main campus earlier in June for a developer conference presentation, signaling for the first time in three years that the company is moving toward a return to normal operations, according to Bloomberg.
The Hill has reached out to Apple Inc. for comment and more information.
The company, known as the maker of iPhone and Mac computers and laptops, had delayed plans to return to the office several times due to COVID-1[ads1]9.
The delays caused the company to remain on a two-day-a-week in the office for employees.
The company also reduced restrictions from previous pandemics when it made masks optional in common areas. It’s Cupertino headquarters will be the first office to implement the new personalized schedule.
Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) relaxed most of its guidelines for COVID-19 in communities, emphasizing that individuals should assess their own level of risk for the virus.