Apple’s annual shareholder meeting is scheduled for March 4, 2022. A number of important resolutions are on the agenda and ballot.
As the culture of secrecy shrouding tech giants erodes, a fact is clear. Big Tech employees deserve to be treated better than they have been.
One of the founders of the #AppleToo movement, Cher Scarlett, is leaving Apple. She’s not abandoning her fight for equity in tech, though.
An Apple whistleblower employee fighting against workplace safety issues faced intimidation, retaliation, and then termination.
Apple’s head of retail and people, Deirdre O’Brien, sought to address a number of key issues amongst staff raised by the AppleToo movement.
While Cupertino struggles to hold on to its culture of secrecy, the AppleToo organizers have filed two labor law complaints against Apple.
Apple recently barred employees from discussing pay equity on Slack. Jeff Butts believes this censorship clearly demonstrates Cupertino’s reluctance to deal with an important issue.
With Apple offending its consumers so much, it can be easy to miss employee discrimination woes. The AppleToo movement wants to change that.