Still dissatisfied among employees of Applewho will soon be forced into the regime of work smart. Beginning September 5, Apple employees must work in the office at least three days a week.

The return to office was delayed again and again, and with each announcement the order to switch from the current remote mode to a hybrid solution was received with fierce protests and threats of dismissal. Not just threats, to tell the truth. There are also those who have gone from words to deeds, such as Ian Goodfellow, the former No. 1 in the machine learning division.

This time it’s the group of employees who climb the barricades Apple together. The employees affiliated with the association have asked the Apple Board to review their terms and adopt a more flexible model in line with that of other tech companies.

Apple originally required employees to come to the office every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. After that, the formula was partially revised: only Tuesday and Thursday are mandatory, the third day must be agreed with the office manager from time to time.

A compromise Apple Together didn’t like, a combative reality that had been hostile to management’s choices in the past. But the request for a model of more flexible working it will likely encounter an impassable wall. Tim Cook, himself CEO of Apple, is pushing for the return to the office. Working personally, constantly collaborating with colleagues, is part of the company’s fundamental principles. Cook has no intention of stepping back on this.

Source: Lega Nerd

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