Current and former employees report that Apple provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Yes great place for health insurance’
‘Standard salary coverage for 2 years.’
‘Not enough in Canada, especially for tenured Employees. Well behind the tech industry and market in Alberta.’
Amazing place to work and learn
RRSP Matching, insurance, stock options, and paid time off for part-time employees
Full coverage for pretty much everything. If you’re in Cupertino they have education and health services privately also.
good comprehensive coverage overall with different tiers to choose from
Hi! 20 year old female currently working full time at Apple, looking to get into software engineering (hopefully also for Apple). I have taken a few college classes, but I don’t have a degree. Is a degree necessary for the field I am trying to pursue? If not, please feel free to recommend ways I can build my experience while also working full time to be successful in this role. This is a large, complex industry to navigate and I would really appreciate some insight from you pros. Thank you!
Black in Tech
Maybe I shouldn’t be asking this question but I am because I want your opinions! I’ll be going back on-site after being remote since the pandemic. I grew out my hair into a dreadlock style over this time. I want to know you experiences working at Apple or FAANG companies in regards to your hairstyle specifically. I am not thinking about cutting them but I do want to prepare myself for eyes at Apple
Absolutely amazing company to work for. There's a reason they are a top of the food chain.
Health spending for fitness cannot be used towards something else.
Best things is the stock options, health benefits and product discounts.
Great discounts on Apple products.
Applicable to part-time and full time employees
enviroment was great, so much fun