Apple employees are protesting CEO Tim Cook’s plans to allow employees to return to the office at least three days a week starting in September. They wrote a letter to management demanding more flexibility, writes technology website The Verge, which was able to display the letter.
In the letter, Apple’s management was accused of losing contact with its subordinates about flexible working. “Over the past year, we’ve often felt unheard, sometimes ignored,” he says. The letter also states that Apple’s plans “already prompted some colleagues to resign.”
Google, Twitter and Facebook were also criticized
In any case, employees are asking for more flexibility, leaving the decision about working from home to individual teams. In addition, people are also asked to survey all employees and ask people who are leaving the company their opinions about working remotely.
Controversy continues among more US tech companies: Google has also invited its employees to come to the office at least three days a week after the summer. On the other hand, Twitter and Facebook adopt a more flexible position, although the latter has already criticized the forced return of certain categories of employees to their posts.