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Apple gives rights to its employees to negotiate working hours and salaries!

November 21, 2021

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – On Friday morning, apple informed its workers as a reminder that they have the right to discuss their working hours as a strike was given to its reputation for confidentiality.

Apple made this movement after some employees pushed the company to ensure that every employee is paid fairly across the country.

According to a copy viewed by Reuters, apple claimed on an internal site. Its policies ensure everyone has the right to speak freely and loudly about the company and workşng hours and wages. “We encourage any employee with concerns to raise them in the way they feel most comfortable, internally or externally,”

The U.S. law protects the worker’s ability to discuss the wages and working hours, and apple confirmed with the published post that it’s following the U.S. law and was always supporting the employees and standing behind their rights.

Apple program manager Janneke Parrish, who has been fired after playing a leading role in the employee’s activism, stated that the employees who had spoken out earlier had faced some resistance and said, “The first step is making sure people are aware of their rights,”

Earlier this week, another activist saw the light as Apple software engineer Cher Scarlett shared on Twitter that she is quitting Apple.

Apple is well-known for its underground culture, designed to keep new product information hidden. According to Parrish, employees are sometimes ignorant of their right to speak up about issues such as wages and working conditions.

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