Apple employees have rejected CEO Tim Cook’s new plan to return to work from the office three days a week, starting next September.
And 80 employees wrote in a letter to Tim Cook asking him to reconsider his plans for returning to office work, demanding a flexible approach that those who wish to work remotely could do so, according to “Sputnik”.
“We would like to take the opportunity to express a growing concern among our colleagues that the flexible policy of working remotely, and communicating about it, has forced some of our colleagues to resign, and many of us feel we have to choose between our families, our well-being, or be part of the Apple company”.
The staff letter comes two days after Tim Cook notified his employees in an email, asking them to return to their offices starting this September.
In his letter, Cook asked most employees to come to the office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting September 1, with the option to work remotely on Wednesdays and Fridays, and teams that need to work in person will return 4-5 days a week.