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Cupertino, CA (États-Unis)
Plus de 10 000 employés
1976
Entreprise cotée en bourse (AAPL)
Matériel et logiciels informatiques
Plus de 10 milliards de dollars US par an
Google, Microsoft, Samsung Electronics

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    Avantages

    Equipe constituée de forts talents. Produits et services incroyables.

    Inconvénients

    Aucun. Sauf pour ceux qui ne pensent pas être capables de toujours se remettre en cause pour progresser.

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Entretiens chez Apple

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    Employé anonyme - Calgary, AB
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    Candidature

    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 4 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à Apple (Calgary, AB).

    Entretien

    Stage 1: Hiring Event
    20+ people at the event, group activities and introduction to Apple as a company. Many people have said this, but this is where the management team and their employees see if your personality and energy is the right fit for the team at the stores in the city that you interview in. Be proactive when answering questions during group discussions after each aspect of the interview. Remember you don't have to be the first to answer nor answer all the time when asked to discuss, instead demonstrate insightful answers to their open-ended questions. It's not about the quantity of knowledge you have about Apple, its about the quality of your thoughts and answers. Smile and have fun!
    Stage 2 and/or 3: Store Leader (or someone else in management for the store)
    1-1 interview where they will start asking standard interview questions in a conversational format. Don't be afraid to ask for a little time to think about your answers, a quality well thought out answer is much better than a quick blurb of insincere answers. Questions will mainly focus on Apple in general; "Why Apple?" "Favourite Apple product?" "What are some weakness you have?" When answering these, bring a personal spin into your answers, show them that you care for more than just the paycheque, a little story goes a long way.
    Stage 3 and/or 4: Upper Management and Store Management (eg. District Manager and/or Store Manager)
    1-2 or 1-1 Interview, this is usually the final stages of the interview process, same conversational format, very easy-going not very formal. Still very Apple driven questions and behavioural questions; "Why Apple?" & problem/solve customer needs based questions, "Example of dealing with a unhappy customer". This is a time for you to continue to be personable and professional with your answers. Show you can deal with difficult situations and handle them with maturity. Remember to ask questions. Remember that getting hired is a mixture of timing and demand, many employees interview multiple times before they get the job!

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Prix et distinctions de Apple

  • World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune, 2016
  • Fortune 500(#5), Fortune, 2015
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