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You should be willing to learn. Also take it seriously, ask questions when you don't know. As with any job, if you truly want it and show good work ethic, its yours.

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Good Morning time low business, steaks heights growing better before in company's website

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It was biweekly but I'm not sure if that changed since I worked there.

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Yes they are do

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The management was very corruot at my store. They would constantly harass you with bullying if you weren't one of their favorites. They would come up with every excuse possible not to promote you even though you reached all their goals with each session with your management. I noticed there was preferial treatment for promotions to peoplewho hanged out with their management and at my store, there was no people of color in leadership positions and the management kept people of color from advancing, which was very obviously when you see someone working hard for the promotion for years and instead they give it to a bubbly, young white person that was just hired. It seemed the same story with whoover I asked if your son was brown, be prepared to be struck in your position for years while they promote new hires over you and it seemed to be preference for young white people that were favored by all white management team. I was talked to with no respect and bullied by management to the point that I couldn't take it and left the company. I even made an attempt to complain to HR about my treatment and they didn't address my concerns, instead they kept saying they don't hire abusive management and scheduled me to have a sit down with one of my abusive managment which left me in tears. It is a good place to work only if your have a management that supports your growth, otherwise your stuck in a terrible environment that leaves a bad taste in your mouth. I never used another Apple product after my experience there and I even sold the old Apple product that I used to have which inspired me to apply for Apple. I just couldn't condone any company that would allow management to harass their employees.

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I applied through Apple's website. After almost 2 weeks of no response I then emailed the recruiter 2 times without a response. I then emailed the hiring manager and introduced myself. I've now had my second interview.

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Lots of interviews/several rounds to get the job and that is common in many areas or you get panel interviews.

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4 to almost 40 hours depending on when you were hired. When the store wasn't busy than be prepared for very small 4 hour sessions but during the holiday season, be prepared to work full time hours for as long as they can legally work you without giving you full time.

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They should consider hiring within the company and supporting the growth of their employees. There shouldn't any favorism and harassment by management. The management should be helping their employees develop in their roles and help them to reach there goals and get raises if possible. If they want people to sell a certain amount of product than they need to give people an incentive with comission or at least a higher salary. The store makes more than 100,000 sometimes daily than they should be able to afford pay increases and incentives to want to sell products. They should be providing better coverage for their needs and scheduling should be confirmed with employees because it is ridiculous to have the people that live the farthest, come in for lousy 4 hour shift which barely pays enough for gas. There should be some communication about closing and opening shifts. The people that did overnight shifts should not work the next early morning shift.

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Eight to ten hours a day

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