Apple employees oppose a new policy that requires them to return to the office three days a week in early September 2021. photo/document
In protest, workers are calling for a more flexible approach, in which employees can still work from home if they so desire.
They wrote in the letter, “We want to take this opportunity to communicate the growing concern among employees. Apple’s policies regarding remote or flexible workplaces and the communications behind it have prompted many of our colleagues to resign.” is.” The Verge, Sunday (6/6/2021).
“Without the inclusivity that is resilient, many of us have had to choose between having a family, health, being able to work well or being part of a community. Apple ,” the letter continued.
The letter of protest comes two days after Apple boss Tim Cook sent a note to Apple employees saying they must return to the office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays starting in September.
Most employees can work remotely twice a week. They may also work remotely for two weeks a year, subject to the approval of the manager.
Compared to other technology companies like Twitter and Facebook, Apple’s policy is really different.
While two other social media companies are allowing their employees to work from home forever, even after the pandemic is over, Apple Instead asked his employees to return to work from the office.
The letter was addressed to Tim Cook, and began with a channel on Slack called ‘Remote Work Advocates’, which has 2,800 people. About 80 people were involved in writing the letter.