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Tech giants move to reopen offices, but differ on hybrid-work plans

Apple, Google, and Twitter have now set dates to reopen their offices, signalling both the end of widespread home working and the rollout of “hybrid” remote policies.

Like most organizations, each company shuttered corporate offices in accordance with social distancing measures in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, shifting quickly to support remote work. 

Now, having already delayed reopening several times due to the ongoing pandemic, the three tech bigwigs have outlined their respective plans to open offices again, adopting hybrid policies that combine remote and in-office work for staff. How those plans work out could shape what other, smaller companies do to deal with changing workplace expectations.

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Source:: Computerworld