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After nearly a couple of years of work from home system, Google is finally calling back it’s employees to the traditional office model.

The company asked the Bay Area employees to return by early next month, with others in more areas in the US to follow later. Allowing only the ones who’re fully vaccinated, Google has also made the COVID-19 restrictions within the office easy to work normally as before.

Back to Traditional Office System

Google is one of the global tech companies eagerly waiting for the COVID-19 pandemic to end, so it can call back the employees to work back in their offices as in past. Even though the pandemic doesn’t seem to settle down, as we see new variants arising regularly, Google calls back it’s employees to offices anyway!

Google Calls Back Bay Area Employees to Office Starting April

This is hopefully due to the wide vaccination campaigns by world governments, which help employees resist any new variants arising later. As the vaccination rate in the US is fairly good, and the numbers of daily cases are below the line, Google decided to make it’s employees work in offices as normally.

As per CNBC, all the Bay Area employees in the US are called back to come to the office starting on April 4th, with more employees in other regions following the suite later on. Calling them back, Google’s VP of Global Benefits, John Casey said

“The advances in prevention and treatment, the steady decline in cases that we continue to see, and the improved safety measures we have implemented across our Bay Area site now mean we can officially begin the transition to the hybrid workweek.”

The hybrid workweek is where employees are allowed to work remotely for two days a week, and the rest three days at the office. This routine is based on the nature of the job at Google, where some are supposed to be available in the office all five days too, sometimes.

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