Numerous businesses, including Apple, have changed how they operate as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. However, now that the problem is better under control, Apple is altering its employee standards once more. Employees will no longer be required to take a COVID-19 test before reporting to work.
According to sources at Apple, the corporation is once again making adjustments to its COVID-19 policies, as reported by writer Zo Schiffer. Apple employees will no longer be required to take the COVID-19 test before reporting to the office for in-person employment as one of the new regulations. The business is still testing its staff in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Sick days are another modification Apple is making to its COVID-19 policy. Employees of the company have received unrestricted sick days since the epidemic if they experience COVID-19 symptoms. However, under the new regulations, Apple employees who test positive for COVID-19 would only be granted a total of five sick days.
January 30 marks the end of the COVID-19 testing requirement, and August marks the end of limitless sick days. Apple anticipates that these adjustments will ensure that more workers are working from its headquarters.