Apple’s program manager, who reportedly posted an anonymous story of discrimination suffering from a tech giant colleague, was canned.
Janneke Parrish, an Austin-based employee who worked at Apple Maps, #AppleToo, An online group that published the story of “racism, sexism, injustice, discrimination, intimidation, oppression, coercion, abuse, unjust punishment, and unchecked privileges” faced by Apple workers.
She was fired last week for deleting files (apps such as Google Drive, Robin Hood, and Pokemon Go) from her work device during a company investigation. According to The Verge..
so Tweet, Parish, 30, suggested that he was fired in retaliation for his work at #AppleToo.
“Speaking has consequences. Doing the right thing has consequences,” she said. “But that’s right, so we do it right. #AppleToo calls on Apple to take better action, end systematic discrimination and abuse, and pay inequality.”
CEO Tim Cook cracked down on leaks, Tell September Employee: “No one belongs to the people who leak sensitive information” of the secret tech giant.
Apple didn’t immediately return a request for comment.
Apple activist fired after deleting files on work device
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