What is Apple's Severance Pay for professional salary hardware and software engineers in California-USA?
Topics regarding layoffs at Apple Inc.
Are you guys putting folks on furloughs just like the rest of retailers?
Ex-intel managers are experts in obfuscating information, taking credit for their employee's hard work and blaming other teams for missed deadlines. These mushroom managers ran Intel into the ground. Now it's our turn to be fed b—s—. Most of them... — read more
Hi everyone. I am working for Qualcomm now and thinking about finding new opportunities in Apple. Can you please give advice on pros and cons of such a move. I am a Senior Staff modem engineer BTW
Is POLY headed to bankruptcy? Current trends seem to point that as a possibility. How much of a golden parachute is Joe getting for running company into the ground? Will the Board hold themselves accountable? Really sad! Screwed Investor
How many work at the company? What is the overall employee count at Cupertino?
These old hires are gonna bring down the ship for the whole wireless division. Their incompetence is the reason behind Q's dominance. They helped sink Infineon, Intel modems division and they are now taken on by Apple.
How likely is that there will be Apple Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Apple CEO Tim Cook is begging the Senate to pass Sen. Mike Lee’s green card giveaway plan to reward multinational tech corporations after years of them importing foreign visa workers to take American jobs. On Thursday, Lee failed for the fourth time... — read more
More 300 employees are out of a job. It's not as if people didn't expect this, once the ‘grading’ program was suspended everybody knew what was coming next... — read more
...or will they allow you to work the 2 weeks?
Apple is adding about 2,000 jobs in Seattle over the next 5 years.
Lots of talented wireless professionals in New Jersey - developers, architects, spec experts, platform, baseband modem, RF, testers, systems engineers, customer service, etc. Apple should seriously think about opening a location in New Jersey. Some... — read more
...that MS got busted partly for their handling of internet explorer, but at least on windows there was never any restrictions on what 3rd party software was allowed and no obligation to pay Microsoft a 30% tax on sales. Meanwhile Apple has 50 pages... — read more
It's obvious that Apple is desperate. Launching credit card services to try to grow revenue, while haven't done any innovation for years. They're trying to squeeze or acquire all their key technology suppliers. With Tim Cook as CEO, Apple runs the... — read more
I heard through the grape vine that Apple has a partial hiring freeze and is quietly cutting jobs trying to not make waves.
I'm not in self-driving car division so I'm trying to figure if the latest announcement of layoffs refers to the previously announced ones (200 about a month ago) or is this something new? I don't like hearing about Apple layoffs anywhere - one of... — read more
Project Titan (autonomous vehicle group) is about to lay off over 200 people. Some have been offered positions in other groups but ultimately 200 will be leaving the company - some work will be moved to the ML/AI groups, but this is if for Project... — read more
Is apple reaching an inflection point in the employment growth. Usually this is the start and you know what comes next. https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/16/18185825/apple-earnings-hiring-slow-down-iphone-sales-weak-tim-cook — read more
This article provided a good insight into what we can expect from Apple in the year that's ahead of us. https://www.google.com/amp/s/appleinsider.com/articles/19/01/01/mac-pro-imac-qualcomm-what-to-expect-from-apple-in-the-start-of-2019/amp/ — read more
After deciding to shift production of some sensors for Apple iPhones to a Chinese plant, Sharp Corp reportedly fired thousands of foreign workers in central Japan... — read more
With so many (big) telecoms laying off in NJ, Apple should think about setting up a location in NJ if it wants experienced people from wireless R&D. — read more
Have you heard anything about potential Apple Layoffs in 2019?
Anyone has more details on Austin
With stock going down and trade war intensifying, anybody else afraid that the result will end up being layoffs at Apple? That's the easiest way to recuperate for any losses caused by China duties. I love my job, so this uncertainty is really keeping... — read more
Apple is closing Atlantic City Store, with all of the employees being laid off. Other jobs were offered to the fifty-two affected employees, but the question is where those jobs are and if it's really realistic for them to accept them. That sounds... — read more
How is it in austin? I hear lots of stories of backstabbing, mandatory work hours, etc. is pay really that good for engineers to put up with this sh--?
Serious doubts are being cast on employee capabilities as Apple has completely missed projecting market demand for the iPhoneX. ELT is discussing major layoffs or disciplinary firings as a result of these massive mistakes. See here... — read more
Layoffs in Cupertino will happen early in 2018 now that the overpriced and bloated iPhone X is a complete bust. Revenue operations and product management will be first on the layoff list for misunderstanding the market so badly Anybody knows more... — read more
Sales and projections of the latest iPhone is much lower than projected . Apple stock fell over $4 in the stock market today. There is no alternative product to replace the lost projected revenue so layoffs are highly likely to keep absurd profits... — read more
Lots of whispering in hallways lately since iPhone 8 is not meeting sales projections. Cost cutting is the only answer and human labor is the largest component .
I'd like to see if someone can give us more info or details about job cuts in Cupertino.
It's almost here....the new iPhone.... I almost have enough saved up to get one....I just need to sell two or three more pints of plasma.... — read more
Can you guess outcome? What will happen to Apple and Qcom share price? — read more
Want to come out from Qcom.
Is it true that we might have a ton of cuts (layoffs) in Cupertino.
I don't want the sh-- iPhone