So many perks and benefits....
Retail employees had almost full access to benefits as corporate office. A minimum of 20 hours per week require to access health benefits
Apple provides an amazing benefits program even to part-timers, from bonus stock options to full benefits, they really do care about the well beings of their people.
Tiered system - works well for a wide range of employees
Occasional food and snacks -- i.e. burritos, pancakes, cookies etc
Stocks are really sweet. Great benefits even for part-timers. Healthcare, RRSP, counselling services, discounts, tution, fitness.
Honestly insurance was the main advantage of this job. I paid around 50 $ CAD every two weeks for maximum package including life insurance for my wife and I.
Awesome great package lots of benefits really good amazing gym healthcare
Considering most employers in 2018 don't even provide benefits for part-timers, Apple has a pretty incredible benefits package for part-time employees. Best thing: up to 80% Medical and Dental expenses are covered, along with up to $500 per year on gym memberships or fitness programs. Worst Thing: Apple uses a third party company called Sedgwick to deal with any sickness claims. Including short/long term sickness leave, or any work related injuries that may prohibit an employee from working. They are the absolute WORST company to deal with as a part-time employee.
Great Place to work.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.