‘We feel like villains’, an Apple employee claimed

‘We feel like villains’, an Apple employee claimed

The e-mail that has been made public recently contains complaints about Apple’s style of management and has already been added to the case against Apple that has been started in 2013. According to the court files in California, workers in Apple store weren’t paid the time, spent for waiting till the security search will be finished.

One of the employees at Apple complained to Tim Cook that the company’s workers are being treated as villains.

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The e-mail that has been made public recently contains complaints about Apple’s style of management and has already been added to the case against Apple that has been started in 2013. According to the court files in California, workers in Apple store weren’t paid the time, spent for waiting till the security search will be finished. It is said that Apple was providing a personal check of the private bags of the employees.

Inside the Store

Inside the Store

This is insulting to us! These procedures mean that Apple doesn’t trust their workers and managers are made to treat their inferiors as villains…

– wrote one of the Apple employees.

When Cook received the e-mail, he didn’t believe it and sent it to his HR-managers with the question if the things, described in the letter were true. Unfortunately, Cook’s reply wasn’t revealed to the public yet as neither was his chat with HR-managers.

After Cook’s e-mail, Apple HR-chief wrote that Apple should change its policy. The head of strategies, Carol Monkovski said that such measures are induced but proposed to stop forced check for several months and see how many products will be stolen.

Apple employees also complained about the company’s not paying them extra money for the additional time they had to spend in the store because of the check. In some cases, the workers were made to stay at the store for more than 5 or 10 minutes that resulted in nearly $1,500 not paid for the employees.

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