Almost 90% of those surveyed said they “strongly agree” with the statement “flexible work location options are a very important issue for me,” reports The Verge.
Employees defined “flexible location” as the ability to work from home indefinitely.
The survey was conducted on a Slack channel to allow employees to discuss work remotely.
In response to the statement “I am concerned that some of my colleagues may be forced to leave Apple due to the LACK of flexible localization work options”, 58.5% said they were “quite d ‘okay’.
A total of 1,743 people answered the question.
“Employees sent the results of the investigation to Cook and Deirdre O’Brien, senior vice president of retail and people, on June 14,” the report said on Friday.
Apple has started to reopen its corporate headquarters and other offices around the world.
Cook said last month that most workers will be invited to the office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the option to work remotely on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Apple employees also have the option of working remotely for up to two weeks a year, “to be closer to family and loved ones, find a change of scenery, handle unexpected trips, or whatever else is yours. clean”.
Cook also encouraged all employees to get vaccinated.