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30+ days ago

Store Strategies Field Leader

Apple Toronto

The Store Strategy Field Leader will play an integral part in supporting the growth of Apples Retails key initiatives and store strategies. This… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Human Resources Leader

Apple Toronto

An immediate, full time opportunity exists for a Human Resources Leader, based in Toronto.This position reports directly to a Human Resources… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Executive, iAd

Apple Toronto

Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, great ideas have a way of becoming great products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

iAd Client Services

Apple Toronto

We are looking for a Client Service coordinator to support Apples development of the mobile advertising and digital radio. iAd Client Service… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Traffic Manager, Canada Marcom

Apple Markham

The role of the Marketing Communications group at Apple is to ensure flawless development and execution of world-class communications in support of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Retail Producer

Apple Markham

You will lead the effort around the localization and implementation of Apples product marketing, seasonal, and sustaining messages in our Retail… Glassdoor

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    I have been working at Apple full-time for more than 5 years


    There is always something new happening at Apple, whether it is a new product launch or some other new process/initiatives, so the work is always interesting. Since they hiring process is very thorough most of the employees that do get hired are great people to work with. And while some would disagree I would consider the compensation an benefits to be very competitive.


    There are very limited avenues for career progression, especially for those not interested in becoming a store manager. Managers have the ability to make exceptions for customers that you rarely get the same answer from different managers as they all are just making decisions on the fly as there is very little structure to their decision making. Sometimes there is too much focus of having the "Apple" attitude that those who do get the majority of the work done are seen as under performing as they aren't being "Apple" enough.

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    There needs to be more opportunities for people to build careers where they aren't stuck in the same position for 5+ years or else they will just keep leaving once they finally realize there is nowhere for them to go.

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