Apple has reportedly asked the employees to return to the office three days a week starting from September 5. The new norm has been implemented under its hybrid work model, as the tech giant is preparing to launch a new set of devices and products next month.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an internal email sent to employees that they will come to the office three days each week with Tuesday and Thursday as set days across the company.
"But now, the third day you come in will be decided by your teams. Each team will work through the decision about which day is right for them, and you'll hear from your leaders soon," he wrote.
As before, many employees will have the option of working remotely two days a week.
"Depending on your role, you will also have the option to work remotely for up to four weeks a year," said Cook.