Google extends home work system until June 2021
Google extends home work system until June 2021

Google announced Monday that it will expand the current coronavirus (COVID-19) system that employees can work from home by June 2021.

Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, said in an email to employees: "To help employees plan for the future, we have expanded volunteer services across the globe from home until June 30, 2021. Work in the office. Google initially said that it is expected that he will return The staff went to the office in January 2021.

According to the Wall Street Journal, which first published the news, the change will "roughly" affect 200,000 Google employees, including contract employees and full-time employees.

Most technology companies announced that most employees would be able to work from home before the end of 2020. Amazon and Apple requested that employees be repatriated in January 2021. Twitter enables employees to work "forever" from home if they wish.

Like Google, Facebook has a long-term policy on how and when employees return to the office. In May last year, Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg), the company's CEO said: Facebook will give many of its 50,000 employees a chance to work permanently from home. Zuckerberg said in the next five to ten years: He expects about 50% of Facebook employees to work remotely.

Data collected by Johns Hopkins University shows that the number of Covid-19 infections in the United States exceeded 4.2 million on Monday and the death toll was at least 146,900.


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