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Associate in Cork
on 3 March 2021
So much fun
I have worked with very nice group of people. It was a really good job. Long hours but doesn't matter for a such a great money. I really appreciate working there. And I really would love to go back there.
Customer Service Representative in County Cork
on 26 March 2021
Zahlen sind alles
Wichtig: Diese Punkte gelten nur für den Standort Cork in Irland und sprechen nicht für Apple in anderen Ländern wie Deutschland z.B.Die Vorteile:- Fitnessstudio (wenn in Cork)- Cafeteria- Ärzte vor Ort, die man besuchen kann- Psychologische Seelsorge- großartige Betriebsfeiern (Motto-Partys ala Alice in Wonderland, Casino Royal, Fire & Ice Party)- Sehr viele Benefits innerhalb der Stadt (bei Banken bekommt man sogar schneller eine Kreditkarte)- Gute Aufstiegschancen bei guter Leistung- Mitarbeiterrabatt für einen selbst und Freunde & Familie Die Nachteile:- Sehr Zahlen-Performance versäßen - Längere Zeit in einer Position (auch wenn man einen sehr guten Job macht) wird von einigen als negativ aufgefasst- Leistungsdruck von oben- Wohnungssituation in Cork und Umgebung (sehr teure Mieten und oftmals verschimmelte Häuser)- Sehr striktes "Nicht meine Abteilung - Nicht mein Problem" denken- KEINE Extrazahlungen von 13. Gehalt, Urlaubsgeld etc.- nur gesetzliches Minimum an Urlaubstagen im Jahr
Customer Service Representative in Hollyhill Industrial Estate, Cork, Ireland
on 15 March 2021
Bad management on the French market
- first there is no regulation on the French market (customer service) for people to know what steps to follow to progress in their career so that people who are just starting can also follow that path and not skip steps and get promoted for no reason. -second there is a lot of favoritism and as some advisors because they’re close with the French management, they seem to process a lot faster than those who have been there for a while with great resuts in relation to the business, but just because they’re not close with the management they never seem to progress not even one bit.In conclusion I was very disappointed by this as it’s hard to prove favoritism especially when the French management back each other so your end up been silent or leave. I can’t speak for other contries management but I know that the Germain management is excellent they really reward their advisors on merit not favoritism.
Production Operator in Cork
on 7 March 2021
They have lots to learn
As an employee your not cared about, you are left to do the same job day in day out, promised rotation, but never delivered. You are never sure when you will be told you finish at the end of the week. With little to no chance of a permanent contract.
Assembler/General Operative in Cork
on 20 January 2021
Relaxing and good team work
Very easy and relaxing but boring, but good paid. No stress at all. Good benefits but everything you have find by your self, supervisors are good but don't know how to help us with company policy.
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Very vast amount, my advice would be only to think / confirm exactly what they want to know, and answer straight to the point. No waffle.

Shared on 9 January 2019

They Ask about your background, your experience, about your knowledge about the company, knowledge about the Role you are applying for.

Shared on 3 December 2018

How would you solve different situations. Mock phone calls etc.

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