As the three-day deadline approaches, Apple employees are demanding more flexibility from the company

Some Apple employees oppose the company’s return to the driver program, which would force most of its employees to work at least three days each week. Workers are asking for more flexibility, organized under the name Apple Together, a newly created group that seeks to protect workers’ safety and rights. They also point to inconsistencies within the company’s external marketing to customers, which says its products allow users to “work from anywhere,” and internal delivery to employees. “How can we understand what the challenges of remote work need to be solved in our markets if we do not live?” asked for an open letter to the CEO of Apple, which was published on the company’s website on Friday.

“Not everyone is required to work from home,” the letter said. “We are asked to decide for ourselves, together with our team and direct manager, what kind of work program works best for each of us, be it in the office, work from home, or the hybrid system.” Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the letter and did not respond to a request for comment on its return-to-service ideas.

Apple’s hybrid return pilot initially caused a setback in May 2021 after it was outsourced to employees, but Apple, like many companies, has reversed that as a result of the new Covid-19 variants in the fall and season. cold. Following the delays, Apple began its process of getting employees back to the office, starting with once a week in early April before doubling in a few weeks lately. The company reported the most recent time to employees in an email, a statement which was published by Verge.

Friday’s letter, which the pilot called a “smooth return step for many of our team members,” is in anticipation of the final phase of Apple’s drive, which is set to take effect by the end of May, where staff will be expected to office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

It explains the specific reasons why they are arguing with the pilot, who seeks to force workers to commute unnecessarily – “a huge waste of time and mental and physical resources” – to what they see as an inevitable effect. possible on diversity. “Apple will always find people who want to work here, but… being in the office at least 3 days a week… will make Apple grow, whiter, more male dominant, neuro -more, more physical, more physical, in short, will lead to opportunities to decide who can work for Apple, not who will be the best fit, ”the letter adds.

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