Californian search engine giant Google to reopen offices, aims 30% capacity by Sept.



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Californian search engine giant Google to reopen offices, aims 30% capacity by Sept.

On Tuesday, the Alphabet Inc.-owned search engine giant and the online advertisement industry Goliath, Google LLC., the American multinational technology conglomerate specialized in a swathe of internet-related services and products such as advertising technologies, search engines and cloud computing software, had issued a statement saying that the world’s No.

1 internet service provider would reopen its buildings in more cities aimed at reaching a 10 per cent of its full capacities by the 6th of July. Aside from that, Alphabet Inc.-owned Google LLC. Chief Executive, Sundar Pichai, who had succeeded the company co-founder and former CEO Larry Page earlier this year, said in a blog post late on the day the search engine behemoth would try to scale up its capacity up to 30 per cent by September this year, ‘if and only if’ the situation remained favourable.

Google targets to reach 30% capacity by Sept., allots $1,000 for each employee

In point of fact, latest announcement from the Mountain View, CA-based American multinational tech conglomerate comes over the heels of an earlier statement, while the world’s largest internet services provider had allotted a one-time allowance of $1,000 for each of its employees in order to purchase necessary office furniture aimed at making their homes well-equipped for office works, since the online advertising industry tycoon was expecting a majority of its employees to work from home for the rest of the year.

However, later last week, Google Chief Executive Pichai was quoted saying in an interview with a press agency that he was not expecting all of his employees to work from home for the remainder of the year, though the allowance of $1,000 for each employee had largely contradicted Pichai’s earlier remarks.

Apart from unfurling Google LLC.’s target to reach a capacity of 30 per cent of its offices by September this year, Chief Executive Pichai was also quoted saying in a blog post late on the day that a limited number of employees would require to be back in the offices this year and the employees would return on a rotating basis.