Apple Inc.'s Corporate Culture: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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Analysts were of the opinion that Apple skipped the traditional notions of what a corporate culture should look like in terms of organizational hierarchy. Even though the company witnessed a series of changes in CEOs, who executed their own ideas, it still fostered individuality and excellence in order to attract talent into the organization...
Apple was an Equal Opportunity Employer and promoted diversity within the organization. The employees came with diverse experiences and from diverse backgrounds. Employees cited corporate diversity as one of the most positive aspects of the corporate culture at Apple...
Compensation and Benefits
Apple offered various benefits to its employees. While benefits packages varied depending on location and employment status, the common benefits included insurance coverage, Flexible Spending Accounts, an Employee Stock Purchase Program, and a 401(k) Savings and Investment plan...
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