Alphabet was one of the first companies to shut down its offices and institute a work from home policy, now the company is working on getting workers back into their offices in a safe and timely manner.

CEO Sundar Pichai this week told employees that while such an effort would be incremental and gradual, there would be no returning to the office before June 1 at the earliest. This probably a result of many state restrictions probably not easing up through the month of May.

In an email seen by CNBC, Pichai said:

I know that many of you have questions about what a return to the office might looks like, and when. The six counties around Google’s headquarters in California have just announced an extension to the stay-at-home order through the end of May, while many other localities around the world are issuing their own guidance.

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I know that the prospect of returning to the…

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