'Family or work' | Apple employees 'revolt' over office return plans

Apple employees 'revolt' over office return plans

In a company-wide memo sent to staff last week, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook revealed that the company plans to require all staff to return to the office for a minimum of three days per week, starting from September – with some teams expected to return full-time.

In the memo, seen by The Verge, Cook told employees that there were some aspects of working life that remote working “simply cannot replicate”.

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