Apple, Google set back to the office dates

Alphabet’s Google this past week outlined its return-to-work plans: Employees will be returning to the office a few days a week starting in early April. But Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai told The Wall Street Journal last month that the future of work is flexible and that he sees it as a “new canvas on which we can develop newer ways, which make people’s work life more fulfilling and their personal lives more fulfilling.”

Apple Inc. on Friday told employees they would begin returning to the office one day a week starting on April 11th, and would build up to three days per week by late May.

And Twitter Inc., which was among the first to announce it would allow its employees to work from anywhere permanently, announced Thursday that it plans to start reopening its offices March 15. But in making the announcement, CEO Parag Agrawal, stressed that the company’s ultimate return-to-work philosophy is employee choice.