Apple Store Employees Tell Tim Cook: ‘We're Treated Like Criminals’
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An Apple Store employee told Tim Cook that the company treats its staff like "criminals." That's according to a recently unsealed email that's part of a lawsuit filed against Apple in 2013. The suit, filed in federal court in California, alleges that Apple Store employees weren't paid wages for time spent waiting while managers checked the workers’ personal bags for stolen items before they left the store. In an email sent on April 2, 2012, with the subject line "Fearless Feedback from Apple Retail Specialist," an unnamed employee told Cook that the bag check policies are "both insulting and demeaning to Apple employees."