GOOGLE OPENS OFFICES FROM EARLY THIS APRIL

GOOGLE OPENS OFFICES FROM EARLY THIS APRIL

Google – Pandemic made companies in 2020 forced to move their offices to the homes of individual employees. This is done to reduce the spread of the virus in the office cluster. However, since the beginning of 2021, vaccines from the virus have started to circulate. The community is also required to administer vaccines so that they can avoid the spread of the virus.

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With vaccines continuing, several companies in America decided to reopen their offices. One example is Google, which is preparing to open its offices again this April. They still provide limits on how many people can enter the office and leave employees themselves who choose to work from home or want to come to the office, as reported The Verge (1/4).

The announcement follows Microsoft, Facebook, and Uber plans to return to the office in the coming months. It seems that tech companies are getting used to normal activities.

Google also said all employees who wish to work from the office must obey all regulations, including administering vaccines. They will still allow their employees to work from home until next September.

Meanwhile, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company would explore a flexible workweek, where employees will spend three days at the office and the rest of their time at home.

 

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