Apple pushes employee restart date to May
The biggest company in the world by market capitalization, Apple, has pushed employee restart date until early May, keeping the work from home procedures still in hand. In an effort for the company to combat additional risks of COVID-19 exposure, Apple Seniors regarded that thorough and thoughtful reviews are assessed on almost a daily basis before reopening the company. Mid last week President Trump’s extension to the end of April does not seem to be satisfactory enough for the technology multinational company. The lockdown may affect Apple’s expected release of a cheaper iPhone that was expected to be announced in April.