Google Changes Office Attendance Policies

Google Changes Office Attendance Policies

Google has officially said that it would consider employee in-office attendance when evaluating their performance. Additionally, the Sundar Pichai-led corporation will send absentee workers’ attendance reminders.

Reversal Of Pandemic Policy

Tech giant Google has tightened up its attendance policies since the Covid pandemic is almost finished. 

In a statement to staff, Google’s Chief People Officer Fiona Cicconi stated that employees who are ready to work remotely full-time will be considered “by exception only.” The Pandemic policy, which had previously led tens of thousands of employees to transfer from the company’s premises, has been overturned by Google.

Google informed its staff in April 2022 that they should expect to return to work at least three days each week. However, Google has just implemented a new policy wherein office attendance will play a significant role in the company’s performance evaluations.

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The Google Cloud team received instructions in February to begin desk sharing and attend work on different days.

Other Companies Take Similar Actions

Following the worldwide outbreak, IT businesses have started recalling staff to their workplaces. Employees were informed by Meta last week that they should expect to work three days per week.

In addition, JPMorgan Chase also no longer adheres to its hybrid attendance policy. The e-commerce behemoth Amazon likewise instructed its staff to work at least three days a week in the office. Additionally, Apple Inc. also requires the staff members to come into the office three times each week. 

As per Mint, Disney, on the other hand, required employees to come to work four days a week.

 

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