Tim Cook: Apple is hiring very cautiously amid economic uncertainty

In an interview with CBS Mornings co-host Nate Burleson, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company is taking a cautious approach during a time of heightened economic uncertainty. to recruit staff.

Asked about Apple's hiring plans, Cook said: "As a result of the period we're in, we're hiring very carefully, which means we're continuing to hire, but not across all parts of the company ." Cook also said that Apple continues to believe strongly in long-term investing.

Last month, Apple suspended hiring for many non-R&D roles as a cost-cutting move, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reported. The move affects some corporate functions and standard hardware and software engineering roles.

Cook also mentioned Apple's return to office policy. Starting in September, Apple employees have been required to work in the office three days a week.

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