Google plans to reopen some offices in July

San Francisco: Sundar Pichai, chief executive of Google parent Alphabet Inc. is penciling in July 6 as the date to reopen offices for employees who choose to return, according to a note he sent to employees.

The initial wave would make use of roughly 10% of building capacity, with a goal of 30% capacity by September. Those who wish to remain working from home can expense up to $1,000 for equipment and furniture, Sundar told employees.

"Assuming external conditions allow, we'll start to open more buildings in more cities," a Google spokesperson said, quoting from Pichai's note to employees.

"This will give Googlers who need to come back to the office - or, capacity permitting, who want to come back - the opportunity to return on a limited, rotating basis (think: one day every couple of weeks, so roughly 10 percent building occupancy)."

 

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