Thursday, March 17, 2011

Apple Continues to Offer Support to Employees in Japan

Following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan and with the seemingly imminent threat of an unimaginable nuclear disaster, only one technology company is brave enough to stand up an offer the kind of help their employee need.

Today, a reported email from Apple CEO Steve Jobs was sent to the company's employees in Japan offering to help them in their time of national crisis.

"To Our Team in Japan,
We have all been following the unfolding disaster in Japan. Our hearts go out to you and your families, as well as all of your countrymen who have been touched by this tragedy.
If you need time or resources to visit or care for your families, please see HR and we will help you. If you are aware of any supplies that are needed, please also tell HR and we will do what we can to arrange delivery.
Again, our hearts go out to you during this unimaginable crisis.
Please stay safe.
Steve and the entire Executive Team"

While still unauthenticated, this really seems like the kind of thing that Apple would do for their employees and their families in Japan.

I'll be the first one to admit that I'm an Apple fanboy, but I have to ask, where are Microsoft and Google?  Surely they can offer to do the same for their employees?
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