Apple suspended an employee accusing superiors of sexism and mobbing

Ashley Gjøvik is an Apple employee who has a long history of publicly criticizing the company’s culture of work. Yesterday she informed that in response to the allegations she presented, she was sent on forced paid leave.

Ashley Gjøvik, who works at Apple as a senior engineering project manager, has long complained about mobbing and sexist behavior by her superiors and associates, but the first investigation into the case did not confirm the allegations made by her. So she started publicizing the problem via Twitter. Apple has recently launched another internal investigation into its complaints. When Gjøvik asked for preventive measures to be taken to keep her from being retaliated by her colleagues until the case is over, she was sent on unlimited paid leave. She was also made clear that she should not use the company’s Slack channel and should contact personally other employees of the company.

In recent months, more and more Apple employees have started to loudly criticize the actions of their superiors and working conditions in this company. In May, an internal petition organized by employees fired advertising platform specialist Antonio Garcia Martinez. This was due to misogynistic comments in his book, Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley. Many employees also oppose forced return to their offices, demanding a free choice between remote and stationary work.

Source: 9to5Mac

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