Apple Knew About 'demeaning' Bag Checks on Employees Before Lawsuit

Опубликовано 11 июня 2015, 3:46
A court filing made public on Wednesday has revealed that at least two Apple retail store workers complained directly to the chief executive, Tim Cook, that its policy of checking retail employees’ bags as a security precaution was embarrassing and demeaning. The employee complaints, which a judge ordered unsealed, are part of a 2013 lawsuit alleging Apple should compensate employees for the time it takes to conduct the searches. One worker, whose name was blacked out of the court filing, told Cook in a 2012 message that Apple managers “are required to treat ‘valued’ employees as criminals”.

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