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Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Dec 3rd, 2020
"Good stable job with solid benefits for women with families. However your ability to own work and make decisions is very limited. Senior leadership lacks diversity and this is reflected in behavior and expectations. "
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Nov 19th, 2020
"it is a good place to work and has little kid babysitting"
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Oct 29th, 2020
"I worked in Marketing Communications which is it's own distinct business unit/culture. They talk a good game about values and inclusion but in reality they are very hierarchical and old school in terms of how they operate, i.e. no one was ever allowed to work remotely or have flexibility in the Marcom organization until very recently. They are highly intolerant of people taking time off for any reason, it was frowned upon to take more than a week off, I witnessed multiple situations where leadership made plans to replace people who were on medical leave with HR in the room contributing to the discussion about HOW to term people rather than being an advocate for the people. This is pretty common with that Marketing HR team, they take the side of the manager and do whatever the manager wants even when what the manager wants is morally/ethically and even potentially legally questionable. I watched as they laid one of my team members off who was recovering from brain surgery and was on medical leave, for example. I was let go a few years later within a month of returning from medical leave and another acquaintance from Caffe Macs found herself in the exact same situation. I also saw many people, mostly women, ambushed during their performance reviews by HR showing up with no warning and no indication that there were prior performance issues. This was a brutal experience I witnessed over and over again where people were basically blindsided by negative feedback from their managers with the full support of HR. "
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Oct 26th, 2020
"Extreme number of hours required to work here. Well compensated, but no life outside of work."
Anonymous shared this review of Apple, United States on Oct 20th, 2020
"Please note that this review is from someone who was hired recently (within last 2 months) and have been working remotely throughout my entire duration.... Apple tries to make its employees self-supportive as possible with the various tools they work with, which is great. However, as a new grad coming onto a software enineering team, I've been disappointed by the lack of mentorship available. I make it a point to reach out to my team when I need help, but it feels like I don't really have a "go-to" person that's supposed to help me ramp up during my first few months. My manager didn't have any specific projects for me to work on during these first two months, and that was a little concerning. I will say to make up for this my teammates have been great in delegating some of the smaller tasks out to me to help me get familiar with their codebase. I do like that there seems to be a big emphasis on health and wellness. Also, there are tons of talks/events available to employees to help with personal growth, learning new things, or just getting engaged with the company. "
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