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Original title: British media revealed that Apple ignored many female employees' sexual harassment complaints, and the company responded that they would investigate thoroughly

Technology giant Apple was accused of failing to properly handle sexual harassment complaints for female employees.

On August 4, local time, the British "Financial Times" reported that the female employees of 15 Apple companies said that when the complaint was improper, they encountered the indifferent treatment of the human resources department, and many people claimed to be retaliated. Even if female employees have evidence, the human resources department still expressed power.

The Financial Times interviewed an ex -female employee named Megan Mohr named Megen & Middot; the former Apple employee said that he drank with a male colleague. Take off your clothes and take pictures of her. However, after complaining to the Ministry of Human Resources, the Human Resources Department told her: "Unfortunately, this incident does not belong to the scope of Apple's work, so Apple's investigation is likely to be 'not discovered', nor will they release any discipline. "" Even if the criminals admitted to taking these photos. "

Moore decided to inform Apple the illegal photo incident at the end of 2018. She has no evidence and no investigation. She just thinks that the Ministry of Human Resources should understand the person's personality and ask them to never be arranged in the same department.

Moore believes that this is a gentle requirement, but the email communication seen by the Financial Times soon becomes stiff and defensive. Human resource representatives show rarely empathy or experience when dealing with incompetence. He compared her experience to "a small traffic accident" to explain why Apple could not really participate.

"Although he did a person and potential criminal act, he should be condemned, but as an Apple employee, he did not violate any policies in Apple's work," wrote the Apple Human Resources Department. "Since he does not violate any policies, we will not stop him from looking for employment opportunities that match their goals and interests."

Moore resigned from Apple in January this year. She was disappointed with Apple's bureaucratic style, mysterious culture, and she thought that women had less opportunities. Now, she demands Apple to examine her policies carefully. "I just want Apple to be a company that pretends to customers," she said.

Among the 15 female employees interviewed by the Financial Times, there are both former employees and current employees. Similar situations occur in at least 7 apple departments in 6 states in the United States. Several female employees accused Apple of being indifferent when facing improper allegations. 8 of them said they had been retaliated, and 7 people said that HR's performance was disappointing.

It is reported that even if female employees have conclusive evidence, the human resources department still expressed power. Some women claim that their complaints have led them to leave the company, and some people say that Apple provides them with a funds as "so -called emotional distress" or compensation for the company without slandering the company.

The Financial Times said that the women interviewed only accounted for a small proportion of Apple's global 165,000 employees. Apple has stated that Silicon Valley, which has long been criticized for a long time because of its "brother culture", has given women employees' power. The company's annual inclusiveness and diversity report states that the company is "building a culture with a sense of belonging" and reports that from 2014 to 2021, the number of female employees in the world's leading role increased by 87% by 87% Essence

In 2018, Apple CEO Tim & Middot; Tim Cook talked about the company's dedication to "helping more women as a leading role in the technology industry and other fields." Entrepreneurs build applications. In the company's 31 -page internal entry document named "Apple Start", Apple adheres to high standards, tells new employees about "the difference in Apple", how it promotes team cooperation and innovation, and "do things in different ways" Essence

The British "Financial Times" pointed out that the story shared by Apple female employees shows that the largest company in the world does not do enough in building their desire.

As a response to the British "Financial Times" survey, Apple stated in a statement that it will work hard to completely investigate all improper allegations and work hard to create a "environment that allows employees to report any problems." Apple said that some statements do not meet the company's intentions and policies, and they should be dealt with in different ways and will change training and processes.

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