Apple reportedly tells workers they're allowed to discuss conditions and pay

Apple might be eager to minimize future complaints about working conditions. NBC News said it obtained a newly released internal memo telling employees they’re allowed to discuss conditions and pay outside the company. Staffers should be free to talk about issues in the way they “feel most comfortable,” including with managers and the People (human resources) team.

We’ve asked Apple if it can confirm the memo and comment on the release. The statement would reinforce the rights private workers already have under the National Labor Relations Act, which lets workers both organize and discuss conditions, as well Apple’s own conduct policy.

Provided the news is accurate, it could represent

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