All Apple news

Intern at Apple told about the salary and working conditions in the company

A former Apple Intern named brad talked about how the company employs interns, and the wages of secrecy, interviews, meetings with management and the protruding camera on the iPhone 6.

Interns receive $6700 per month. They work 40 hours a week and receive $38. Overtime pay, but only if the number of hours exceeded 60 per week. This salary allows you to get a year $80 400. In the U.S., this annual income is considered above average. For example, reports Pew Research center salary is above average starts at $75,000 per year.

Apple provides free housing interns in the Bay area of San Francisco. In this case, a room or apartment have to share with 2-3 other interns. If an Intern does not want to live with them, he will allocate $1000 for rent. But if he moved to San Francisco for a job at Apple, we compensate $3300 for the cost of travel and transportation of things. The company also provides assistance in obtaining documents for citizens of other countries.

The campus has a strict system of secrecy. Some employees did not know how the product worked. The interviewee spoke with a person who has participated in the development of the first iPad, but didn’t know about it until its presentation in 2010. He worked with a 9.7-inch display, but did not know “whether it was a large smartphone or a small laptop”.

On campus staff from one building can’t get in another. They are also forbidden to photograph, and interns — to tell someone outside the family where they work. On the observance of secrecy tell new employees on corporate training courses. Edition Lookatme quoted engineer Nate Sharpe, who described the information about the final product as a great privilege for the employee.

Read also:   Microsoft has no plans to abandon the 3.5 mm audio Jack in smartphones

Every few weeks in the Apple held open meetings with senior managers. They involve the head of the company Tim cook, the head of design Jonathan Ive and heads of departments. Brad was in a meeting with John Kerr, head of development Department cameras to smartphones, tablets and laptops. There he learned about the conflict between the division and the team of Jonathan Quince due to the protruding camera on the iPhone 6. “For a while it was like a tug of war,” says brad. Ive never wanted the camera performed. But then what was needed was either a thicker casing, or a weaker camera.

Interview in the Apple differ from interviews for interns at Google or Facebook. Brad auditioned in three companies, so you can compare their methods of recruitment. Google and Facebook are conducting a General interview, and then distribute trainees on separate teams. In Apple’s first interview held with the head of the team that will run the Intern. Brad does not consider that interview in the Apple complex. For example, while he he an hour or two spoke with the employee about his past work.

Apple employees, according to brad, committed to their company more employees of Google and other tech giants. If Google often leave to start their business, then Apple people work for 25 to 35 years. The company pays good compensation to its employees, so they are in no hurry to leave.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *