On average, employees at Apple give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Apple employees are Campus Representatives submitting an average rating of 4.8 and Contractors with a rating of 4.6.
"I've worked for Apple as a contractor for close to 2 years. The nature of work and the business were amazing. However, the treatment of temp or contractors was not good. The facility was small where all the contractors were made to work."
"Great company, amazing co-workers and unbelievable manager."
"Apple is a interesting place. It's like you get into this environment where most of the people go about work like its the CBS show Survival, this time its Cupertino, grouping up to attack and discredit other teams to shift the spotlight on another group. Its a way of self preservation for employees that have messed up in the past to attack and drive out the newer people coming in to fix it."
"This company was fun to work for. I wouldn't trade any of the managers or the other employees for the world. They also have a very good and complete training program. I feel as though the customers were the problem with this job. They really expect everyone to know everything."
"Great experience in a major technology company, great knowledge acquiring process, a benchmark."
"I have worked with Hewlett Packard earlier for 7 years and found the company culture very good and did great technology advancement. Apple is a great client to work for. Job here has many challenges, with the expectation always very high. It's good learning here with meticulous execution."
"I've worked for Apple since 2012. I found the company to be great on a personal and professional level. I had no complaints. I think the perks and the benefits they offer were the best in comparison to their competition."
"From a developer's perspective, my experience at Apple was frightening. I expected to see a really creative environment where people were trying new things, researching innovative technologies, or even creating new technologies of their own. Instead what I was met with with re-inventing the wheel with absolutely no rigor for test-driven development. When I asked for requirements, specifications, design guides, test scripts and alike, none could be provided. =("
"Awesome culture, but need to focus more on the technologies and build world class products."
"A great place to work! awesome events and great knowledgeable people."
"I have worked for Apple Inc for 3.5 years. Apple has taught me much about personal development. As a person coming from a management position, I really felt I learned more managerial skills than I did in the position. It has been a rewarding experience for me."
"I found my company a very good chance to learn and you get many ways to grow."
"I've worked for Apple Inc. I found it a good company to learn from and I found many chances to grow. I have worked as a Big data Hadoop developer using Java, scala, python, pig, hive, oozie and sqoop. I found the experience I gathered here immensely useful, and would contribute to my overall career growth."
"It's ok, but no chance of moving up. Managers are rude and have no respect for people's personal lives. No holidays or weekends for families."
"This job would be perfect if the managers were fair to everyone. There isn't much opportunity to move up if you're not one of the manager's favorites. No matter how much hard work or feedback you put in to it, if you aren't the manager's favorite it doesn't matter. You can change to better yourself and constantly apply for new position, but managers always find something wrong and give the position to someone who didn't even work hard for it."
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