Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Limerick – 20 June 2017
At Home Advisor- 1 Year College Programme Contract
Customers’ first point of contact, I have being the friendly voice of Apple, answering questions about Apple's products and services and providing world-class customer service, troubleshooting and technical support.I have used my technical expertise, creativity and passion to meet customer's needs — reminding them that behind our great products are amazing people.
Back up Manager (Former Employee) – Cork Irlande – 18 May 2017
Apple est une entreprise parfaite pour se former. Le call center n'est pasvraiment un endroit d'évolution car on évolue rapidement en passant d'un poste de conseiller à superviseur (le superviseur conseil le conseiller), mais ensuite l'évolution est lente et les places deviennent chères. Les avantages sont mieux que dans n'importe quelles autres entreprises et l'ambiance y est très agréable. Très bon cadre de travail!
Avantages (Salle de sport, dentistes, masseur, opticien sur places! Très bonne cantine digne d'un bon restaurant)
Peu d'évolution, situé en irlande (cela dépend de vos envie mais si vous venez du sud, cela peut devenir génant)
Business Analyst - Supply Chain Planning (Former Employee) – Cork – 22 February 2017
Apple has one of the best operational processes for any company. The work load is quite balanced. In terms of job security, Apple is one of the best company to work for but if you are looking for career progression then you may want to rethink your decision of joining Apple. Always keep in mind that Apple recruits the best and feel delighted to get a chance but don't forget you are one of best. Apple has one of best work resources and thus, its great to learning and application of new concepts and ideas.
Contract work (Former Employee) – Cork – 20 February 2017
Good public transport connections close to the city centre. I now have a better knowledge of corporate multinational companies. Very dedicated workforce. Really good facilities on campus for all staff to avail of.
General Operative (Former Employee) – Cork – 2 February 2017
While working for Apple my shift was three days a week working twelve hours a day. A normal day would consist of a morning meeting with our supervisor to talk about our targets and goals for the day ahead. Supervisor's were easy to contact incase of an emergency or if a situation occurred. Majority of the day I worked as part of a team running machines on the factory floor that would put Imacs together. Other times throughout the day I worked on my own to speed up the process of the Imacs being ready to get tested.
First Aid Officer for apple 2001 (Former Employee) – Cork – 9 January 2017
The best company I have every worked for. they listened to their workers and worked with them. The only reason i had to leave was I wanted partime and at the time they not do it Otherwise I would have worked there until I left Ireland/
General Operative (Former Employee) – Cork – 10 November 2016
Part of a team on the line assembling components for monitors, i learned how to be part of a team in a huge multi-national company and gained confidence as i had only completed school, worked with some lovely people there, i don't remember anything being hard about the job and the most enjoyable was being kept busy
A typical day would consist of solving Customer problems over the phone. Customers I would speak to would all have different problems so the challenge was to solve those problems and make sure the customer had a great experience