As per the report, a former Apple engineer Cher Scarlett said that although Apple told the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it involved “harassment, discrimination, and other illegal situations”, the company entered into confidentiality agreements with employees.
But his words and deeds are clearly inconsistent. In response to shareholder proposals, Apple once told the US Securities and Exchange Commission that “the company’s policy is not to use the privacy clause.”
When Scarlett recently resigned from Apple, the company’s lawyers prohibited her from expressing her attitude, saying, “After 18 months of working at Apple, I think it’s time to leave and look for other opportunities.” It’s time to do it.” Scarlett said: “I was shocked. In my opinion, as long as I don’t defame Apple, I’ll say whatever I want.” She indicated that she was harassed by associates and threatened by the company.
Tomorrow on October 25, Scarlett filed a lawsuit with the SEC, highlighting her experience, and detailing “false and misleading statements” Apple made to the SEC. Scarlett attached a copy of Apple’s settlement agreement to the complaint, saying Apple referred to it “as a personal decision rather than expressing an opinion on dissatisfaction with the work environment.
Scarlett state that “I know that the documents Apple provided to the US Securities and Exchange Commission are false, and I expect Apple to be held accountable for their comments,” Scarlett said. Due to a breach of the confidentiality agreement, Scarlett expects that she will not be able to receive remuneration paid for by Apple under the confidentiality agreement.
He also mentions that the remuneration that Apple may receive over the years is not so important, compared to taking responsibility for its words now.