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26 questions about Part Time Jobs at Apple
It honestly depends on the managers. I work there part time and during the week 4 hours a day.. 3 times a week and a 6 hours shift on the weekend . As long as your availability is at 26 hours available . Don't let them fool you into making a part time job your life. They also have a way of forcing people out who make this they second job
Answered April 1, 2017
If by flexible you mean how long can a day/week be... very flexible. Generally M-F.
Answered March 22, 2020
Part-Time and Full-time options
Answered December 31, 2017
Work a part-time job
Asked December 10, 2018
It’s a numbers game. You need to focus on only the deliverables you are evaluated on - not what your opinion of what might be best for the company or the customers
Answered December 10, 2018
You are due to served every one very deligently. Be attentive and very mindful.
Answered October 29, 2017
As a part time employee you can enjoy good benefits despite not working 40 hours. Most part time are in sales, and a few are in technical support. You could be troubleshooting iPhones or selling them. Either way, the only important thing is that you get business connections, or else you will not be able to move roles or gain full time.
Answered October 11, 2017
The flexibility on the job was reasonable. You can request days off two weeks in advance. If you miss more than 3 days out of the year, your contract would be terminated. Training is for two weeks, after two weeks, you will be tested on your ability to perform the actual procedures on your own. The company will view how fast you are performing and how efficient. Errors will be counted against you which can result in a write up, so my advice is take your time.
Answered September 19, 2017
Yes, after 60 days
Answered September 12, 2020
No part tim
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