In early March, Google instructed its workforce across the globe to start working from home amid coronavirus fears. Roughly three months later, the company has decided to reopen its offices with a gradual, phased approach.
Starting July 6, Google will open its office buildings in various cities, giving a small number of its employees “the opportunity to return on a limited, rotating basis.” To ensure the safety of its employees, Google will have strict health and safety measures in place at its offices and aim for roughly 10 percent building occupancy.
The rotation program is expected to be further scaled by September, with an increase in building occupancy to 30 percent. While returning to the office will be voluntary for the vast majority of Google employees till the end of the year, those whose roles require a physical workspace will be notified by June 10.
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