Specialist (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – February 15, 2017
Working for Apple was an amazing experience. I learned so much about so many different things including myself while working here. The people that are drawn to this job are some of the most amazing people I've ever had the pleasure to meet. I highly recommend this demanding yet rewarding job.
Support Coordinator, Agreement Administration (Former Employee) – Elk Grove, CA – October 31, 2017
My day at Apple was the best experience ever , I learned quite a lot working for Apple started in sales, moved as a call director , Technical support and Agreement administration. The hardest about the job was winning a computer . the most enjoyable was working with Management and the employees.
Front End Web Developer (Current Employee) – Cupertino, CA – October 30, 2017
The days of RSUs being given out like water are over. It's a nice stable place to work, but there is no where to go. You will get stuck in the same role, with hundreds of people fighting to get every position available. Good luck if you want to move up.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Cupertino, CA – October 29, 2017
Initially fun place to work in the department where I was assigned. Lots of new things learned and implemented and some of them industry leading. But as new management came in, cutting edge work was replaced with bare minimum and with those that has PR value to upper management.
Product Zone Specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 29, 2017
Great place to work for a retail job. However there is a ton of info to learn and you have to deal with a lot! is definatley different then any other retail job you have had but there is so much expected from you. (mostly from the customers) With all that being said the company trains you well, pays you well and treats you well.
Great place to work if you have zero interest in advancement
AHA (At-Home-Advisor) (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 28, 2017
I started working here as a foot in the door, and I heard it was a great place to work. I had a different experience. Working from home made me feel isolated, and I also felt totally overlooked for advancement and that I was only a number not a name. I had a few good managers, which also seemed to change every several months. And they constantly give you the "opportunity" to learn more without a pay raise or even asking you if you want to. Also the schedules are completely rigid, and if you happen to get a shift you don't want, it is still yours to deal with for 3-6 months. Oh, and there is no such thing as weekends off. You have to work at least Saturday or Sunday, if not both. The benefits are phenomenal, they even have volunteer benefits where you can volunteer and they will pay that organization 25/hour for you working.
work from home, great benefits
isolated, zero advancement, lots of red tape, they don't tell you about the metrics till 2 months in
Technical Specialist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 26, 2017
Pay is higher than any other retail environment, but you're still underpaid for the work that you do for the company. Schedule is never consistent, which is the biggest downfall. Some managers are great, some managers are terrible. Just the luck of the draw. Expect to work every major holiday except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. You'll work every day around the holiday, so good luck spending time with family. Time off, paid or unpaid, is hard to get, especially if your manager doesn't like you. Advancement within stores is all political and hard to do. Some people were able to escape to corporate, but don't expect that to happen if that is your goal.
Administrative Assistant to Employment Consultant (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 26, 2017
I loved working at Apple Computer, they really take good care of their employees. I hated to leave but my husband then was being transferred through HP. I supported recruiters in the Human Resources department, loved it. Very fast paced environment, which is where I do my best work. The workplace culture is wonderful, people are great. The hardest part of the job was seeing some people put through multiple interviews in high level positions and not getting the job because I would get to know them.
Great people, excellent pay and benefits. Would go back if I could.
Teacher (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 26, 2017
Great company to work for. Owner was the best he was very hands on and willing to help you in every way. Staff was very warm and welcoming . Environment was very pleasant . I highly recommend this place any day .
At Home Advisor (Former Employee) – Pahrump, NV – October 26, 2017
This was a fun place to work at, it was hard if you have children and work from home. Everyone is easy going and you get the chance to move to other departments in your role and be cross trained in all products of Apple.
Order Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – October 25, 2017
A typical work day is consistent with excellence and balance. I learned a lot about SAP and MAC applications. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people. The hardest part of the job is frequent work relocation on the campus.