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What is the interview process like at Apple?

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  • For corporate applicants (no retail) the process is pretty standard. A contact from a recruiter followed by a phone interview, and then if you qualify a phone interview with the hiring manager. The questions are pertinent to the field of your expertise. If you are still in the blessed group of good candidates you will be invited to an onsite interview in their campus. The onsite interview will take a whole day with different interviewers.

    Applicants should be aware that the waiting period between interviews can take from weeks to months and that no communications comes from Apple to explain what your application status is.

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

  • Group activities observed by employees. Individual interviews if called back.

  • Its long and can be anywhere from a two to four step interview. Be transparent, smile, and be yourself.

  • Group interview, and multiple manager interview sessions

  • The interview process had many different interviews with different levels of management. I had four group interviews. The interviews themselves are more of a conversation and less like a series of questions.

  • Three stages, Group interview, Interviewed by Store Leader, Single interview with Direct Manager

  • Computer testing

  • Group interviews with huge Group hiring. Fast employee turnover.

  • Very long and difficult.

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