Apple “permits” staff to complain about workplace harassment and discrimination

@ 2022/12/13
Lucky them

Apple will no longer bar employees from speaking out about workplace harassment and discrimination issues.

The company had been using non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to stop staff complaining about their working conditions, but this was subject to an independent review in March.

Apple shareholders voted to approve the independent review in March after the company failed to make the suggested changes to its concealment clauses last year.

Despite using the clause for so long, Apple seemed to be doing its best to spin how wonderful it was for getting rid of it. In a note titled, “Our Commitment to an Open and Collaborative Workplace,” Apple said “employees have the right to speak freely about their workplace conditions, including harassment and discrimination.”

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