Some Apple employees are circulating a petition against returning to the office three days a week. They want more flexibility.
Apple employees don’t want to go back to the office. And they let it be known. “Apple Together”a group of workers formed last year during the pandemic, on Sunday launched an internal petition, which the Financial Times was able to consult. According to the business daily, employees want more flexibilityclaiming “exceptional work” during more than two years of service – partially – remotely.
The employee group, which is currently collecting signatures, is demanding that Apple allow employees to decide on their working arrangements with their immediate supervisorand that they are not subject to “complex procedures” or forced to provide private information.
On the Slack messaging platform, used by the company, more than 10,000 employees have already joined the “Remote Work Advocacy” group (“remote work defense”).