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Apple is reportedly pushing retail employees to work from home again as it re-closes stores because of COVID-19 spikes (AAPL)

Apple is reportedly pushing retail employees to work from home again as it re-closes stores because of COVID-19 spikes (AAPL)




Apple is encouraging retail employees to work from home again as it's re-closing some Apple Stores because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Bloomberg.




Deirdre O'Brien, Apple's senior vice president of retail and people, made the push in a recent video to retail staff, the report said.




Apple is also sending COVID-19 testing kits to retail and corporate employees so that they can be tested from home, according to the report.




The company reportedly said that it does not anticipate a full return to the office for corporate locations in the Americas before the end of the year.




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Apple is making another push for retail employees to work from home after it began re-closing certain stores in the United States in areas where COVID-19 cases have spiked, according to Bloomberg.
Deirdre O'Brien, Apple's senior vice president of retail and people, encouraged store staff to work remotely in a new video message, saying that employees "may need to be working remotely for some period of time," according to the report.
Apple recently re-closed stores in states such as Oklahoma, California, Georgia, Idaho, Texas, and Florida among others because of increases in reported coronavirus cases in those areas.
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