According to a Monday Bloomberg News story, Apple Inc. has given its corporate employees until September 5 to resume working at least three days each week.

According to the article, the corporation would need staff to work from the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and a third regular day that will be decided by individual teams.

Employees were informed of the new plan on Monday.

Reuters' request for a response from the iPhone manufacturer was not immediately met.

As COVID cases become less frequent, Apple joins several other technology and financial companies in requiring a return to the office.

According to an email addressed to staff and obtained by Reuters, Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk encouraged employees to come back to work or leave the organization earlier in June.