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Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Oct 7th, 2019
"Work is demanding and rewarding. Apple as a company is great, it invests in women. Make sure the team you are interviewing has women on the team. "
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Sep 4th, 2019
"Be very cautious before accepting a position, take time to understand the team/org and try to get a sense of how many women are employed, and what their positions are in the org. In my org, don't expect to get promoted, but do expect 'lip-service' regarding promotion during your annual review. "
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Apr 25th, 2019
"It’s okay. But often favoritism happened for men at work."
Anonymous shared this review of Apple on Apr 22nd, 2019
"It's very gender-diverse and has great benefits. There's even domestic violence leave, which is stunning in a good way to me. It doesn't force people to use sick time or vacation time to do things like relocate, file for a protective order, or other things. "
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States of America on Apr 10th, 2019
"There is a workaholic culture that is still present from the Steve Jobs days. Depending on your team/org, the pressure to always be available (almost like “on call”, but you get no overtime/compensation reward), can be really strong (working daily nights and weekends). Upper level management are “on” all the time and this culture trickles down to expectations for individual contributors as well. While I have not experienced any unfair treatment based on gender, the poor work life balance makes me feel pretty miserable. Several of my female colleagues with children find it really difficult to pick up/drop off their children to school and attend extracurricular events with them because, while management may be flexible, they end up needing to just work way more overtime to do work and over compensate any time they spent attending to their family needs outside of core work hours anyway. It can be especially bad depending on the team because there are work responsibilities and tasks that are just expected to be done before and after core office hours. The work life balance just eats up so much family time that I don’t recommend it."
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