Fruity cargo cult faces staff revolt

@ 2022/08/18
They no longer want to go to the space ship and management is worried

Staff at the fruity cargo cult Apple no longer want to travel long distances to be indoctrinated by middle managers and are starting to make their views heard.

For a while Apple has known it was going to have difficulty getting its staff back into the office after Covid forced them to work from home. Now it turns out that they are right, if staff do not turn up at the office to be indoctrinated by middle managers with their talk about cheese being moved, and kicking balls running, they start showing signs of individuality.

Now, it seems that senior management is set to make sure that no one thinks differently any more and they get their arses back into the office.

As of 5 September, Apple will require its corporate workers visit the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as a third regular day that should be determined by workers and their supervisors.

Apple had decided that the third day should be a Monday, however it appears that the company is willing to extend a certain level of flexibility to its employees.

It is not as if staff had not been warned. Apple first expressed an interest in returning to the workplace back in June 2021, when it toyed with the idea of implementing a three-day-a-week policy, however rising Covid-19 cases reduced this to a two-day hybrid working policy.

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