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Google Sets Its Return to Office Plans for April 4

Google Sets Its Return to Office Plans for April 4
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By Dow Jones & Company

Alphabet Inc.’s Google outlined its return-to-office plans on Wednesday, saying it is transitioning to a hybrid work model that will bring employees back to U.S. offices at least a few days a week starting the week of April 4. 

In an email to staff, the tech giant said it is ending its voluntary work-from-home phase at its San Francisco-area offices and several other U.S. locations. Most employees will spend roughly three days in the office and two days working where they choose, John Casey, vice president of global benefits at Google, wrote to employees. 

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