Apple Jobs & Careers in Toronto, ON

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17 days ago

Apple Retail - Multiple Positions (Canada)

Apple, Inc Toronto

Sales Specialist - Retail Customer Service and Sales Transform Apple Store visitors into loyal Apple customers. When customers enter the store… AllRetailJobs

10 days ago

Regional Carriers

Apple Toronto

Responsible for driving sales and developing iOS Sales and programs within the Carrier head office and through the carrier sales teams within a… Apple

10 days ago

Enterprise Markets Program Manager

Apple Toronto

Apple is seeking an exceptional and experienced marketing manager to lead programs aimed at corporate and enterprise businesses in Canada. The… Apple

30+ days ago

App Store Editor, iTunes

Apple Toronto

Apple's App Store is the world's largest and most innovative software store, serving hundreds of millions of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch customers… Apple

30+ days ago

Operations Manager, Canada Marcom

Apple Markham

This position holds overall responsibility for the business operations of the Canada Marcom group, and for synchronizing information flow between WW… Apple

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    I loved a lot of things about Apple, but at the end of the day it was just another retail job.

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    Former Employee - Red Zone Specialist in Toronto, ON (Canada)

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    The people you work with are fun, kooky, and the real beauty behind the work. You learn a lot and are exposed to what retail can be in a luxury style environment. There's no commission for this job and lots of encouragement and resources to expand your customer service skills.


    There is a LOT of favoritism among managers, and from what I saw it wasn't performance based, but rather how well you could kiss butt. This was just at a store level but I know there was lots of frustrations in management at my store, because of a lack of support for them, so it was a very rocky road for some.

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    To upper retail management: support the managers. To store management: those that ask for responsibility and are not trying to kiss your butt still deserve consideration.

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