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Challenging work. Plenty of opportunities to apply accumulated knowledge and experience. Management tasks shared with outside HR contractor, occasionally causing conflict of interest.
Young, intelligent colleagues, eager to develop and advance.
Lack of job security, no channels for expressing creative ideas.
WORKED on a 3 x 12cycle shift. A general operativeon a production line working in accordance to a strict safe operating procedure .Good manufacturing practices ,attention to detail, team player, ISO regulations, Health and Safety.
Job work and life balance determined by each individual's capabilities. It is possible to really get the all of it. Salary is ok but not rewarding, other position with less stress or responsibilities have actually a better pay. No right management, some teams even have manager that doesn't speak their language. No teamwork nor effort to build up a solid relationship. Lonely work at home, do not expect any support from Apple. The managers will augment their stats expectation greatly after probation period and will not give any support to obtain such results. Long and painful advancement internally in Apple...
Responsible for the efficient execution of product allocation in each route to market for the Mac line of business for Apple in the EMEIA region. A root cause analysis was performed on any missed weekly attainment and the head of Apple Operations was provided with an in-depth analysis if weekly attainment was below 95%.
The job is so stressful, and the management are not fair with people. The discount they give to the employees was good. The money should have been 3K more at that time. I liked the fact that they have a health cover and the fact that they pay for the family of the employee when he dies during his employment.
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great facilities, restaurants, gym etc can do well with right manager, some are great, some are controlling and difficult to work for can be difficult to get permanent contract
fantastic facilities - restaurants, gym its
work life depends on your manager who are often pretty poor
As an AppleCare Technical Advisor, my role is to support customer with issues both software and hardware they experience with iPhones, iPads, iPods, Watch, Beats, iMac, MacBook Air & Pro, and Apple Tv. I use probing skills (acknowledge, align, assurance) to identify the root of their issues and detailed troubleshooting to help resolve.
Stuck at home
Very hard to meed demands of APPLE , customers expect sun moon and stars and love feeding back even if you have done best for them. Not much scope for progression as there always seems to be a reason why your not suitable for the JOB ...Loads of ladder climbers in here only waiting to pounce and report you so they can be seen to shine ....hardest part of job customers never happy ....best part of job when your off calls ......loads of I LOVE APPLE employees ......Management ........very few I could say that are real people all Apple Brain washed ......
You don't work for Apple, you LIVE for Apple. That should be the company motto. A bully boy culture from the top down, and most are victims. Evolved very fast from a great environment to one where you felt less and less part of a company and more like part of a cult. However, its evident that plenty of people buy into that.
Aside the long hours not too bad of a job considering the time it allows one to have free every other week. Asides most positions in production being very repetitive it can be interesting in areas like rework.
Temporary and very little notice period when ending contract.
management is an absolute joke, all they know how to do is to tell you what your numbers are and they think they are doing a great job by micromanaging people, and they will harass you about spending 1 minute (yes 1 minute) over the course of a month too long in break. Managers are incompetent, and all career advancements are all based on your numbers and personal favourites .....it is completely irrelevant if you are actually good at your job or not, and the people who gets promoted are all the bad eggs