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Apple CEO Says Most Staff Won’t Return to Office Until June

  • CEO discusses work through pandemic in meeting with employees
  • Cook suggests company may be more flexible about remote work
Tim Cook

Tim Cook

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Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook shared new details on the company’s plan to return to the office during a virtual town hall meeting with employees on Thursday.

Cook said it “seems likely” that the majority of teams won’t be back before June 2021. The Cupertino, California-based technology giant has historically had an office-centric culture, but the CEO implied that the company’s success this year during the pandemic lockdown could enable more flexibility to work remotely in the future.