A group of Apple employees is pushing back against a mandate by the company requiring them to return to the office three days a week. The group, which calls itself “Apple Together,” published an open letter to executives criticizing the company’s Hybrid Work Pilot program, characterizing it as inflexible.
Among other grievances, the anonymous letter called the company’s requirement that employees spend three days in the office as showing “almost no flexibility at all.”
“Office-bound work is a technology from the last century, from the era before ubiquitous video-call-capable internet and everyone being on the same internal chat application,” the letter says. “But the future is about connecting when it makes sense, with people who have relevant input, no matter where they are based.