Now there had been news that the Google workers are not going to return to the office as expected by the 10th of January because of the new variant of the coronavirus.

We are all pretty much aware of the new omicron variant of the coronavirus by now. An email was sent to all the employees of Google on Thursday that they are no longer expected to return to the office by Jan 10th.

This is because of the current situation, as had been stated in the email. The company is changing its plans to make sure that the work environment is completely safe and stable before they ask the employees to return. And in the light of the recent events, it does not seem very nice or stable.

Google Workers in U.S. Won't Return to Office as Expected on Jan. 10

Rackow had gone ahead and said that in the situation where the employees will no longer be required to return by the date of January 10th, the company is going to keep an option open where the employees can still come in the office to work if they want.

This is what they said regarding this, the employees can come into the office to work where conditions allow them to. It will help them and all the people around them to reconnect with colleagues in person.

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This is also going to be a good practice to start regaining the muscle memory to come to the office more regularly after more than 2 years of staying and working from home.

“We will be re-learning our working rhythms together in 2022, which brings new opportunities and new challenges as we experiment with more flexible ways of working, he said in his statement. We are looking at the positive side of things which is a good way to look at stuff.

The company will also give a time period for the employees if they wish to be physically present at the office in a hybrid kind of work environment. We hope this goes well.