Google pushed back the date when its employees must return to the office until after Jan. 10, citing uncertainty related to the pandemic amid a resurgence of Covid-19 cases in various countries around the world.
IBM’s decision comes as the delta variant spurs companies to re-evaluate return-to-work plans as infections spike across the country.
Apple Inc., responding to a surge in Covid variants, is pushing back its office re-opening by at least a month to October 2021.
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Amazon.com Inc. is letting most corporate employees work from home until January and will continue restricting business travel, echoing growing fears that the pandemic will linger until at least next year.
The Cupertino, California-based technology giant is shipping Covid-19 test kits to employees’ homes, and told staff in a memo that a full return to U.S. offices won’t occur before the end of the year.
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