Google extends work from home option due to pandemic

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With the Covid-19 outbreak, corporate companies, especially IT companies, locked their offices. Employees were directed to work from home. However, with the passing of the year, gradually all the companies want their employees to work in the offices.

Now, Tech giant, Google on Tuesday extended the work from home option for its employees into next year due to the pandemic. Returning to the office will remain voluntary globally through January 10, according to chief executive Sundar Pichai.

“I’m happy to say that many offices globally are already open for business, and we are welcoming back tens of thousands of Googlers voluntarily. The road ahead maybe a little longer and bumpier than we hoped, yet I remain optimistic that we will get through it together,” Pichai said.

Sundar Pichai assured that employees would be given 30 days’ notice before they would have to return to their offices.

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