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.
If u think u will learn any useful skills then u are wrong.
Things here only got worse over the time and the management logic stays on par with that of a toddler
People there are false - especially management and supervisors - they will only want to speed u up to get their bonuses right.
Some people willing to work faster because of line down times just to keep on with target - down time due to technical problems non related with line workers
Others are willing to work faster just to finish 15 minutes earlier without caring about the others.
Long tests to get there but once u r in u realise that a lot of people cant speak English not to mention writing.
lavorare in apple e' una esperienza umana oltre che lavorativa, l 'ambiente di lavoro e' rilassante ed i managers sono molto disponibili a farti crescere professionalmente l unico lato negativo e' che si e' giudicati dal cliente che deve votarti a seguito di un sondaggio e' tutto cio' spesso non corrisponde alle reali qualita' di chi ci lavora