It seems that not everyone is taking the return to work at the company’s Cupertino offices well.
If the pandemic has shown us something clear, in what Laboral sector refers, is that a multitude of Professions can perform the same at home, as long as the worker prefers to embrace this way of working. The Laboral obligations invite us to think about move up to our businessbut maybe there are reconciliation solutions much more effective or at least that’s what he thinks protagonist of this news.
One of Apple’s latest renowned signings resigns due to disagreement on returning to offices and face-to-face work
The name you have to stick with is Ian Goodfellowa former Google worker who Manzana hired in the year 2019 to work as a director of machine learning, also known as machine learning. The employeeas the reporter Zoë Schiffer affirms in the tweet that we leave you below these lines, would have left a concise message to his former colleagues:
I strongly believe that more flexibility would have been the best policy for my team.
Ian Goodfellow, Apple’s director of machine learning, is leaving the company due to its return to work policy. In a note to staff, he said “I strongly believe that more flexibility would have been the best policy for my team.” He was likely the company’s most cited ML expert.
— Zoë Schiffer (@ZoeSchiffer) May 7, 2022
It seems that the discontent it comes from afar. From the past April 11 from 2022, Manzana there would be obliged to their workers to go to their facilities one day a week, while from May 4th the obligation would amount to two days. It seems that the straw that broke Ian’s camel’s back was the anticipation of having to go three days a week from may 23 2022. Apple seeks to implement a hybrid journeywhere you would work in your offices on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, although this only applies to certain teams of work, like the one led by this former employee.
In fact, in a Fortune media poll, it appears that the 76% of Apple workers who have been consulted, in a total of 652 people, they are not satisfied with this policy back to the office. Many of them, a 56% specifically, they consider look for work in other companies with greater flexibility. This could cause a disbandment of workers next June if Apple does not give its arm to twist, with the loss of talent that this implies.
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