At 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Apple emailed a survey to corporate workers inquiring about their opinions on hybrid work after threatening to reprimand anybody who failed to show up to work at least three days a week.
“Most of the questions focused on what was working well on remote-work days, what was working well on in-office days, and variations of that.” (As told to Business Insider by a relevant source.)
While the “Apple Employee Survey” mostly addressed hybrid work, it also questioned workers on their views of the company’s culture.
The survey should take between 10 and 15 minutes to complete, and employees have until April 28 to complete it, according to a copy of the email.
Since September 5, Apple has mandated that corporate workers work from the office on three days: Tuesday, Thursday, and one additional regular day chosen by team leaders.
Those intentions were opposed by a group of workers known as “Apple Together,” who also circulated a petition on Twitter. They said that employees had already demonstrated their ability to perform “exceptional work” remotely.
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