Global tech companies to work offline amid the COVID-19

With the growing trend of micro and macro economics on peak, the global tech companies decided that employees will hit back to the office but will stay in their houses.

Global tech companies such as Google and Silicon Valley are of the view to conducting a virtual meet up with employees in order to get them ready to work from home now. A decline in work was noticed throughout the world after the first phase of the deadly pandemic. Amid the devastating spread, a new wave of the virus has occupied several regions of the globe once again in dismal over health issues.

Mr Jack Patrick Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter said that “Our employees will work from home forever, as the health of our employees is on the top priority rather than getting them into the way of risks. So, it is essential to get them back to their homes so they will easily approach to their working hours and available on virtual meetings.”

So, Silicon valley and Google has decided that in prevailing times they will divide our employees into different categories of working hours in order to work from the office and work from home. This was risky for the employees to work from the office by the arrival of the 2nd and 3rd wave of the deadly virus.

In addition, the management committees are analyzing the situation from every angle to meet the criteria to work from an office or at least from a distant place. On the other hand, Twitter has revealed that our employees will work from home as there is no emergency to come to the office as all meetings are being conducted via zoom link.

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It is noted their micro and macroeconomics are also encompassing towards success on a vast level. With the growing trend of micro and macroeconomics at peak, the global tech companies decided that employees will hit back to the office but will stay in their houses. By reviewing the situation on a weekly basis multi-national companies will act according to the orders from WHO and officials of the public health department.

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