The COVID-19 pandemic was always going to be a marathon, not a sprint, and it’s not over yet conceded Apple CEO Tim Cook, who told employees this week they’ll be working from home “until June.”
The new normal is already here
Cook spoke during the company’s regular all-hands town hall meeting, during which he told staff it was unlikely they’ll be returning to the office en masse until at least next June. That’s in line with most big tech firms, and follows Cook’s statement in September, when he said: “I don’t believe that we will return to the way we were,” and revealed that just 10% to 15% of the company’s staffers were currently working at the office.
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