Top Apple official becomes most senior figure to quit after forced to go back to the office three days a week

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By Harriet Alexander, Daily Mail

A senior director at Apple has quit his job in protest at the company demanding staff return to the office three days a week.

Ian Goodfellow, the director of machine learning, is believed to be the most senior employee to resign so far as a result of the plan.

On April 11, the company began mandating one day a week in the office – a requirement that rose to two days on May 2. By May 23, all staff had to be at their desks three days a week.

A survey of Apple workers from April 13-19 found 67 percent saying they were dissatisfied with the return-to-office policy, Fortune reported.

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