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Apple Continues Back-to-Work Plan, Denies Staff Requests to Reconsider

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Apple is reportedly sticking to its plan for workers to return to Apple Park and other officials starting in September.

A new internal Apple memo suggests that the company is not retracting its decision that staff must return to work on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning in September. Wednesdays and Fridays seem to remain as optional business days from home.

Now according to The edge, to unspecified Internal memo shows that Apple is not substantially altering its plans. It reportedly says that decisions on remote work will be made “on a case-by-case basis, with any new remote positions that require executive approval.”

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