Apple has a new work-from-home policy, but it’s still not what employees want

By | November 20, 2021

Enlarge / Apple CEO Tim Cook. (credit: Chris Foresman)

Few large companies have had a more contentious internal argument over remote work amid the pandemic than Apple, but it is moving ahead with bringing many employees back into physical offices starting in February.

As previously reported by CNBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook, in an email to employees, announced both a new return-to-office date and a revised work-from-home policy for the people who make iPhones, macOS, and many other products.

Cook described the return to the office as a “hybrid work pilot,” with multiple phases and different rules depending on the nature of each employee’s work.

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