Apple fired #AppleToo labor movement leader Janneke Parrish on Friday, according to the edge. The company’s former collaborator was now one of the main voices of the initiative created to bring together Reports of harassment and poor working conditions In a US based company.
According to the publication, the dismissal of the Apple Maps program manager was motivated by the deletion of files from her work cell phone, in violation of internal company rules and obstructing an ongoing investigation. Their removals include apps like Google Drive, Robinhood, and Pokémon GO.
Although this is the “official reason” for the resignation, officials of the Cupertino giants heard by the site believe that Parrish’s resignation is, in fact, in retaliation for the actions taken by the former manager. #AppleToo brings together past and current employees of the company to discuss episodes of harassment, bias and discrimination.
– Janneke Parrish (@JannekeParrish) August 28, 2021
sought, the campaign leader declined to comment on the matter, but her attorney, Vincent B. White, confirmed her departure. “We can confirm that she is no longer working with Apple, but we can’t talk more about the situation at this time,” the representative explained.
In a case similar to what happened today the owner of the iPhone Senior Programming Engineer Ashley Jovik has been fired Last month. Being one of the most active voices in reporting cases of harassment, abuse, and mistreatment of Apple employees, the company has been publicly criticized.
After posting tweets about the allegedly hostile conditions the company faced, Gjøvik was placed on enforced administrative leave, and banned from going to work. As a result, she was fired for allegedly leaking confidential information.
The work environment at Apple has had some turbulent times lately.Source: Unsplash
However, the programmer said she believed her resignation was a form of retaliation by Apple, due to complaints made earlier. So far, the big tech companies have not commented on these issues involving former employees.
Originally featured as a channel in Discord, the #AppleToo movement He received about 500 complaints in the first days after launch.
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