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About the company

  • CEO
    Tim Cook
    87%
    approve of Tim Cook's performance
  • Founded
    1976
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (AUD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
  • Headquarters
    Cupertino, California, Un...
  • Link
    Apple website
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Reviews

Creative Director in Sydney Central Business District NSW
on 13 June 2022
Amazing
We start our day with a short meeting. the office is super nice and clean and has an amazing view of the harbour. My manager is extremely kind and the work culture was great.
Security Officer in Melbourne VIC
on 14 August 2022
It was good
Fun workplace but could be stressful at times and was definitely underpaid at minimum wage. People I worked with were great but management were not very nice
Specialist in Bellevue, WA
on 23 June 2022
Bad
Bad. Not a good experience at all. Would never do it again. The Kool Aid wears off very fast. Be careful and train your intuition to know when you are being used if you choose to work for them.
Technical Specialist in Melbourne VIC
on 11 June 2022
Freedom to be yourself, Little opportunity to evolve, Fun has turned into figure pleasing with little recognition.
When I first started my career at Apple years ago I loved the energy, drive, fun and opportunities Apple offered, although sadly I cannot say the same today. As business started to change over the years the main focus of Apple has become quite dry with many employees losing motivation. Instead of a fun and super encouraging environment Apple has switched its passion into figures and percentages with little recognition to those who meet targets and little focus anymore with creating a happy motivated team that feels appreciated for the work they do. When I wanted to develop myself and evolve further within the company I was continuously rejected and was never even given the opportunity to finish an entire internal interview process. As I understand rejection is a part of growth its sad that Apple are not able to give opportunities to those who work for them over the years. Many employees are witnessing new comers enter into roles so easily with little expertise and experience as the internal interview process has become strictly formal, so when you answer a question exactly how management want to hear it you suddenly become more evolved then anyone else that’s been in the company for years. Apple were once accomodating to everyone learning styles and focusing on strengths but it appears now to grow we are all judged through a linear interview process that doesn’t build on strengths but more so makes us leave the interview process feeling devalued. At the start of my career at Apple I felt supported and felt my evolution at Apple meant a lot to management. I now feel that my expertise and experience, goal reaching, customer pleasing burn out has meant nothing or seen as any value when my daily work reflects other. Very unhappy and disheartened that a company that promotes equality and fairness can look past the talent of those that have earnt it. I know I am not alone with this one.
Technical Advisor in Work from Home
on 18 May 2022
Great place to work, customers ruin it sometimes
Apple is a great place to work with many opportunities for growth, great emphasis on worker well-being, and a feeling of support among colleagues.Taking calls all day isn't hard work, but dealing with disgruntled customers and combating their various levels of technical understanding becomes tiresome and frustrating. Call duration goals are drilled into you at Apple, but there is a general understanding for the many circumstances they can't be met.This role will require absolute understanding and a firm grasp of good customer service.

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