In response to a recent addition to the coronavirus case provoked by the spread of the Delta variant, the response put forward plans to return its return fee within a month.
The company told employees on Monday that they are now likely to return to the fees in Oct. October. Instead of 1 in early September. The company said the date could change further depending on the spread of the virus, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Some employees, such as hardware makers, have returned to Apple Paul’s office fees. At the beginning of the epidemic, Apple Play closed many of its retail stores, but has since reopened.
Apple Play declined to comment further. As of September, the company had 147,000 full-time employees. Bloomberg previously reported the date of the office-to-office fee.
Like many companies, Apple Play has repeatedly delayed the return dates of its employees, but they are the first large corporations to respond to the Delta variant spread.
The whole epidemic, Silicon Valley, has been at the forefront of the trend towards remote work, with tech companies like Twitter and Facebook ordering their employees to work from home in early 2020. Many tech companies also eventually decided to work remotely permanently.