Apple's executive team has made public statements about the importance of balancing work and private or family life now that many of us work from home because of the global epidemic.
However, there are reports that some of the company's employees should be happy with how the new homework works.
In a March 13 statement, Tim Cook said: "We have expanded our policies to provide for personal or family health care plans developed by COVID-19 – including recovery from illness, caring for a sick loved one, isolation, or challenges of day care due to school closures."
In addition to these statements, Apple promised to develop more flexible working methods for men and women who work from home and have sons or daughters.
However, many Apple employees spoke to the book online CNET They pointed out that they should have difficulty coping with the double duty of care and child care.
Many fathers and mothers are forced to look after their children because schools are closed, and most work from home after Apple closed its stores and offices.
Apple has taken several steps to ease the burden, saying in a previous statement "no time is more important than caring for loved ones."
However, these measures do not appear to be sufficient, judging by the statements of some Apple employees.
Original article published on our sister website Macworld Sweden.