Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
Pay does not keep rate with inflation.
Posted 18 days ago
The CEO just treats every women poorly and it hurts
More vacation and flexibility please
lower compared to other top companies in similar software roles
Stop asking me questions to view the data
Apple is a follower, not a leader, when it comes to benefits and compensation
They place you in multiple positions but don't want to pay you for them.
Promotion to say the least.
all of us in our store, regardless of tenure or position, are all payed within a $5 an hour range, yet we are constantly forced to be in every position in the store for ~$20 per hour.
People leaving see massive pay gains
Apple has made it clear time and time again that they only care about how much money they can put in the pockets of high level executives, and couldn't care less about how their Technical Support employees are doing.
undervalued in some way, but overall fine
part timer don't get holiday and don't have PTO. They ought to learn from Nordstrom that gives their part time employees PTO to have holidays
Need pathways for growth and mobility within the company. Lot of company come in with skills, aren't developed for advancement or given opportunities. Informal hierarchies means that culture and power held by people at the company a long time. Nobody held accountable for performance.
I feel Apple, especially managers at the store just care about numbers and their title like they are god and thise managers treat the staff as their slaves to get numbers to get rhem bonuses.
Because I have compared compensation with others and I know I am being paid less.
pay me more money for the work i do or just give us less work to do
Apple has a lot of "strings-attached" benefits, bonuses, promotions, etc... Getting a bonus means you must stay with the company for three years before its yours!
Review from Customer Support Dept
don't know to be honest
Review from Design Dept
I would rather be paid more for the amount of work I do.
1174 employees at Apple score their wages and compensation a B on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 61% say Yes. The Communications department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 91/100, a full 27 pts above the Customer Support department. If you want detailed data about Apple's wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/apple/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>