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Poor babies at Apple

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by zuben el genub, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. zuben el genub

    zuben el genub Extreme Android User
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    Make them wear a spandex onesie and take their lunch in a clear plastic bag for a start ;)
     
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    Sounds like sour grapes from a couple (yes 2) of disgruntled ex employees. Hardly newsworthy as I will bet this happens at many companies around the world.

    My company employs several temps and my branch office recently installed electronic locks on all external doors. Only staffers got keyfobs while the temps got 5 digit codes they needed to punch in. As absurd as it sounds, we had a temp call corporate HR to complain that she was being discriminated against because she was not "given a key"!
     
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    Actually, 2 filed however:

    And knowing what a bunch of bar stewards Apple are, I doubt anyone still employed would dare to add their name to the suit :D

    I totally agree that security checks are not unusual, however when they're excessively time consuming and being applied to grossly underpaid staff like Apple Idiots - sorry, Geniuses/Geneii - the company really ought to pay staff for that time.

    Even so, as you say: not news!

    I think I'd have preferred the 5 digit code - less likely to forget that than a keyfob :D
     

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