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Head of Business Intelligence (EMEiA Sales Finance)

Apple London, England

The Head of Business Intelligence role is pivotal within the FP&A team as well as the broader EMEiA organisation thus being highly visible throughout… Apple


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Engagement Marketing Manager EMEA

Apple London, England

Were looking for an Engagement MarketingManager toleada team designed to create amazing experiences in store for our customers in EMEA. Based in the… Apple


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UK-Business Leader

Apple United Kingdom

Every day, business customers come to the Apple Store to discover what powerful, easy-to-use Apple products can do for them. As a Business Leader… Apple


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Engagement Marketing Coordinator EMEA

Apple London, England

Were looking for an Engagement Marketing Coordinator to create amazing experiences in store for our customers in EMEA. Based in the Apple Retail… Apple


30+ days ago

Senior Communication Specialist, Retail Communication

Apple London, England

You want to shape communications content that improves someones ability to perform at their highest potential and, when needed, you have the… Apple


30+ days ago

EMEiA Tax Manager

Apple London, England

Reporting to the EMEIA TaxDirector, we are seeking to hire an EMEIA TaxManager. The role is located in our offices in Central London but requires… Apple


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Managing Interactive Producer - Global Retail Marketing

Apple London, England

We are looking for a Managing Interactive Producer with deep marketing and technical experience tomanagethe content publishing process and… Apple


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Regional Account Manager

Apple Uxbridge, England

Responsible for all channel retail sales of Mac/iPad/iPod/iPhone from specified retailer stores for a specified division/regions. Responsible for… Apple


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UK-Market Leader

Apple United Kingdom

As a Market Leader, you enjoy the challenges of developing individuals, building teams and effecting growth across Apple Stores. You demonstrate… Apple


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Retail Partner Marcom Manager, UK - Maternity Cover

Apple London, England

Apple's Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa (EMEIA) Marketing Communications group works to ensure that the companys strategic products Mac, iPod… Apple


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    It's not all what you think: a Corporate European head office perspective

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    Former Employee - Manager in London, England
    Former Employee - Manager in London, England

    I worked at Apple full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    - Came across some of the most intelligent people from across the globe
    - People outside of Apple (or even those working in the retail store) think it must be amazing working for Apple (really it is not if you work corporate)
    - Nice offices (the illusion to keep you in the "wow" factor)
    - Business Macbook & iPhone (some departments get iPads too)
    - If you survive in Apple Corporate, you can survive almost anywhere

    Cons

    - No career growth: you have to fight for yourself, you will be lucky if you have a "nice" manager that "helps"
    - Work comes first attitude: "it doesn't matter what is happening in your life, get it done"
    - Back stabbing, two faced politics, lies
    - Lack of recognition for hard work
    - Surprisingly low pay compared to similar jobs in industry
    - Not valuing their employees: "it is a privilege to work at Apple, we can easily replace you"
    - Useless HR: incompetent and essentially managers spies; serious waste of space
    - Extremely under staffed
    - Unreasonable demands that have you working evenings (till morning) and weekend for things which end up not even being important
    - Serious lack of sense of "team": everybody is out for themselves
    - Pay rises are in % increases unless you get "promoted" (you aren't really given a new job, just a lot more responsibility and a bit more money, but sometimes no change to title or hierarchy placement) the amount can be insignificant. Max % increase was 10%, and that is really rare to get! ADVICE: negotiate a big base before joining so those % are worth more.
    - Company brainwashing practices are common (seminars, lectures, lessons). Its hard to believe how many people buy into it internally
    - Please note that the Europe Head office (in London) appeared to be a special case of intensity. The UK office and other European offices appeared to be not as bad (at least from my perspective). Though when weneeded things done by the local offices, they would feel our pain too. Till this day, the Local teams do not know how lucky they have it vs the Head office. I can only imagine how bad it is in the World HQ in Cupertino

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Look after your employees, they are your greatest asset. A lot of your best people leave or are looking to leave. Or even worse, have be grinded down so much they are no longer giving 100%
    - Hire more people
    - Reward people better
    - Help people to grow and move

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