After Tim Cook announced that the employees will have to return to the Apple offices, but there are problems with regard to these.
More and more companies have announced that employees can finally return to their offices , with the situation of Covid-19 gradually improving . While from some points of view this may be positive news, it must be said that we are talking about rather restrictive obligations, which in fact have created many problems with Apple employees , with some who in certain cases even threatened to quit. due to what has been confirmed.
There is specific talk of the need – as confirmed by Tim Cook – to go to the office every week at least once starting from 11 April , with everything increasing to twice from 2 May and to three from 23 May. The pages of the New York Post also reported some rants of employees who complained bitterly about the matter, highlighting various issues related to the situation and how the actual is not good news.
Following Tim Cook ‘s statement , the employees will have to go to the offices on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, with Wednesday and Friday being “flexible”, with up to four weeks a year that can currently be chosen to work. completely from home. In fact, Apple’s decision is also softer than others, such as Google, which has already confirmed the return for three days a week starting Monday.
At the moment, we do not know if the reactions will lead to actual changes, or if after Tim Cook’s orders the situation will be identical, thus leading employees to comply with the variable return to office guidelines, which could in fact change following the number of infections that will occur over the next few months.
- Apple employees say they’ll quit over Tim Cook’s return-to-office push: ‘F – k RTO’ (The New York Post)