Comment: Apple is bad in the personal bag to the research case, and should resolve the problem today

We learned yesterday that the California Supreme Court has ruled against Apple in a bag of case-finding: deciding whether the company should pay the workers in detail for the time spent for their bags to be checked at the end of their shift.

The staff had complained that they not only had to stay in the store for the time taken by the research itself, but could be waiting around up to 45 minutes in the queue for research – all the time is not paid…

The case dates back to 2013, with another case prior to this class action suit, and the thing that I really can’t believe that Apple has struggled for nearly seven years.

It seems obvious that Apple is in the wrong here. In fact, back in 2015, CEO Tim Cook seems to be struggling to believe that he was still going on.

The company’s vice-president of human resources said at the time that ” there are more and more intelligent and respectful approach than waiting for the staff to submit to searches in their own time.

The papers of the failure of a collective action by the Apple Store staff revealed that at least two employees in the retail trade, complained directly to CEO Tim Cook about the policy to submit to the anti-theft bag checks before you leave the store. Tim Cook has passed on complaints to senior retail and hr executives, asking “Is this true?”.

Now, I can understand how the policy can be raised in the first place. It may seem on paper that a search of 30 seconds after the clock out.

The papers of the failure of a collective action by the Apple Store staff revealed that at least two employees in the retail trade, complained directly to CEO Tim Cook about the policy to submit to the anti-theft bag checks before you leave the store. Tim Cook has passed on complaints to senior retail and hr executives, asking “Is this true?”.

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