He did not respond, but a few days later Apple Play posted an internal video in which company officials doubled down on bringing workers back to office fees. In the video, Dr. Sumbul Desai, who helped run Umb Pal’s digital health department, encouraged workers to get vaccinated, but according to a transcript seen by the Times, he stopped short, saying he would need their vaccinations.

The video does not fit well with some employees.

“Well, you want me to put my life on the line to get back into my fees, which will also reduce my productivity, and I need to do that. Why aren’t you giving me an argument?” Said Ashley Gajovic, senior engineering program manager.

When the company delayed its return fee-fee date on Monday, the group of employees drafted a new letter proposing a one-year pilot program, allowing people to work full-time from home if they choose. An informal survey of more than 1,000 Apple employees found that about two-thirds of them would question their future in the company if they had to pay back the fees, the letter said.

In Los Angeles, the parent company of William Morris Endeavor Talent Agency, Endeavor reopened its Beverly Hills headquarters this month. Last month when the county decided to reopen its indoor mask mandate, taking into account the case. Endeavor said the company has decided it will be very difficult to implement, and will obstruct group meetings.

Employment website really sept. Targeted. The date as when it will start bringing back workers on a hybrid basis. Paul L. Wolfe, the company’s senior vice president of human resources, said he now began considering the plans because of the Delta variant.

Some companies said the increase in recent cases did not affect their plans to return the return fee. Facebook is still considering reopening at 50 percent capacity in early September. IBM launched its U.S. platform in early September. The office plans to open fees, in which fully vaccinated employees can go without masks, and the gas company Royal Dutch Shell is slowly lifting restrictions on its Houston office fees, allowing more of its workers to return.

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise began allowing employees to return to its offices on Monday, boosted by a survey of its California employees that found percent percent of people have been fully vaccinated.