Facebook is the latest company to push back its return-to-office date, shooting for January 2022 amid the Delta surge.
Amazon is the latest company to push back a return to the office, telling employees they won’t come back until January 2022.
Microsoft joins Apple, Google, Walmart, Twitter and others in either requiring vaccination onsite, pushing back reopening or both.
Walmart has announced it will require some employees to be vaccinated, a response to the more contagious Delta variant.
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.
Some of the biggest websites on the internet were down, thanks to a service disruption at Akamai Technologies.
“Digital changes the game entirely,” says Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian. “The big thing you’re going to see us do is to bring the technologies, not just into the hands of the customers going mobile in terms of controlling your experience with Delta, but into the hands of our employees.”
“I have the opportunity to serve as Chief Marketing Officer, but 85,000 people are all brand ambassadors,” says Delta CMO Tim Mapes.
Delta Air Lines announced on Tuesday that it is providing its international customers with a new payment option. Those booking flights via delta.com will be able to pay with online bank transfers in real time. A photo posted by Delta…