Apple Inc. is making sudden changes to its return-to-workplace strategy for office-based workers.

The policy, set to first take effect at the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters on Sept. 5, will require employees to work from the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays and a regular third day that will be determined by individual teams, according to a report by Bloomberg, noting employees were just told of the change this week. The company’s original return-to-office plan called for onsite work on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Since June 2021, most Apple workers have been in the office just two days per week amid ongoing waves of the coronavirus pandemic, said the report, noting the company recently dropped a mask mandate for its office spaces.

Other technology companies, such as Inc., Meta Platforms and Twitter Inc., have cut back on physical office space as they embrace remote and hybrid work arrangements.

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