Apple Inc. is telling office staff to prepare to return to the workplace at least most of the time, joining the growing pool of companies adopting hybrid work.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook, in an email to staff, told office employees that they are expected to return to their workspace three days a week starting in September. The iPhone maker said it wants most office workers to show up Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the option to work remotely on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Technology news outlet The Verge earlier reported the back-to-office plans.
Apple already has gradually been reopening its retail stores around the world. In March, all of its 270 U.S. retail outlets welcomed back shoppers. In his note to employees, Mr. Cook said all stores in other markets would open their doors again by the end of the month.
Companies across industries are adopting plans to go back to the office, but many offering staff greater flexibility than pre-pandemic.