An Apple program manager who posted anonymous stories of discrimination suffered by colleagues at the tech giant has been canned, according to reports.
Janneke Parrish, an Austin employee who worked on Apple Maps, heads #AppleToo, an online group that has posted stories of alleged “racism, sexism, inequity, discrimination, bullying, repression, coercion, abuse. , unfair punishment and unchecked privilege ”faced by Apple employees.
She was fired last week for deleting files – including Google Drive, Robinhood and Pokemon Go apps -om her work device during a company investigation, according to The Verge.
In a tweeterParrish, 30, hinted that she was fired in retaliation for her work with #AppleToo.
“There are consequences to speaking out. There are consequences to doing the right thing, ”she said. “But we’re doing the right thing because it’s the right thing to do. #AppleToo is about asking Apple to do better, to end systemic discrimination, abuse and wage inequality.
Apple did not immediately return a request for comment.