How Google intends to open its offices during the COVID-19 crisis

Google plans to get back to workReuters
Google plans to get back to work
Internet-giant Google will slowly be reopening its offices starting June 1 even as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic.
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Phased reopening
Talking about when employees return to offices, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai wrote in an internal memo, "It may be awhile before that's possible. Our ramp back to the office will be slow, deliberate and incremental." "There will be no one-size-fits-all approach, and the specific guidance will vary from location to location," the memo adds.
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Limited capacity
As per the memo, Alphabet is targeting to get 10% to 15% of capacity in the office at any time globally.
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First set
The employees who will be first to return to offices will be those whose job requires access to special equipment, or are in certain important positions.
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Long road ahead
Employees who are able to do their jobs from home will continue to do so for sometime more, most likely through the end of 2020.
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