In what is becoming an all-too-familiar routine, the New York Times has announced it is pushing back its return to the office.
Twitter has closed its San Francisco and New York offices amid surging COVID cases.
Google has joined Apple in pushing back its return to the office date, and confirmed it will require onsite employees to be vaccinated.
Amazon has lost a lawsuit over whether it has to pay employees for time their bags were being searched, to the tune of $13.5 million.
Apple employees have sent a second letter to company leadership objecting to plans for a return to the office.
Apple is pushing back its return to office deadline in response to a resurgence of COVID cases.
Apple is facing more pushback from employees who are threatening to quit over the company’s remote work policy.
Google is facing another showdown, this time with its own engineers over whether to return to the office.
West Monroe has conducted its quarterly survey of executives, and the results are good news for the job market.