Google postpones new year’s office return plan indefinitely

Google, a subsidiary of the US Alphabet Inc., plans to return to the office in January worldwide amid concerns over the new variant of the coronavirus, Omicron, and resistance to mandatory vaccination. Announced that it will be postponed indefinitely.

Google said it expects employees to come to the office about three days a week from August, as early as January 10.

Regarding this review, he explained that the return to the office will be after January 10th, which is in line with the conventional guidance that it will depend on the local situation. Nearly 40% of US employees have been in the office in recent weeks, a higher percentage in other parts of the world.

Meanwhile, CNBC reported last week that hundreds of employees were protesting Google’s measures to require vaccinations for contract workers with the US government.

Google was one of the first companies to ask employees to work from home during the new Corona pandemic. The company has about 85 offices in about 60 countries.

 

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