Google Offers Its Employees $1,000 Allowance To Work From Home During COVID-19 Lockdown
As Per The Latest Reports, Google Gives Its Employees $1,000 Allowance To Work From Home For Home Equipment During COVID-19 Lockdown
In the wide outspread of novel coronavirus, several nations have imposed complete lockdown in order to contain the spreading of the deadly virus. The COVID-19 lockdown has forced netizens to work from home (people who can work on their laptops). And thus, several big companies are making sure to make their employees work comfortably following the self-quarantine at home. Google offers its employees an allowance of $1,000 for work from home furniture.
Apparently, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai in an email to its employees shared updates on how the company plans to continue working from home, and return to the office.
“We’ll have rigorous health and safety measures in place to ensure social distancing and sanitization guidelines are followed, so the office will look and feel different than when you left. Our goal is to be fair in the way we allocate time in the office while limiting the number of people who come in, consistent with safety protocols,” read the mail by Sundar Pichai.
As per the reports, Google is planning to reopen its offices from the month of July 6, depending on the conditions of coronavirus crises. It will follow a rotating schedule and the employees would have to go to the office once a week. Thus the total workforce will be 10%.
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