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Apple employees complain that they do not want to return to the office

Apple employees complain that they do not want to return to the office

As the vaccination process and Covid rates are declining, many companies have decided to return employees to offices. The decision was also made by technology giant Apple, with employees being notified that they had to report to the office three days a week.

But two days after the announcement, employees sent a letter to CEO Tim Cook asking them not to return. In a joint letter they urge Apple to consider a hybrid and flexible approach to working in the future.

Apple employees complain that they do not want to return to the office

Employees point out that since they moved home to work because of Covid, Apple has achieved a record year of sales. They also complain that they are often ignored and not listened to by their superiors.

Part of the letter reads: Messages of the type we know many of you want to physically reconnect with colleagues in the office, bypassing important messages about our situation and the neglect that has been done to us. There seems to be a disconnect between how the executive team thinks about the remote / flexible location work and the lived experiences of many of Apple employees.

About 80 employees agreed and signed the letter. However, it should also be understood Apple CEO with the request to return to office employees, as the building in Santa Clasa Cupertino has cost $ 4.17 billion.

This makes it not only one of the most expensive headquarters in the world, but one of the most expensive buildings in the world period.

Meanwhile, Facebook and Twitter have decided that their employees if they want can continue to work from home forever, even after the pandemic is over.

* Tiranapost.al.