Life at Apple is like in a nuclear reactor
A former Apple manager said employees must be on duty 24 hours a day and there is almost no time to talk to families even at home. They can even receive the CEO's email in the middle of the night.
" The conditions for working at Apple are similar to those in a nuclear power plant. You have to learn how to survive or die, " said Don Melton, a former Apple employee. According to Melton , Sunday night is the busiest night of all Apple employees, because the leadership meeting will take place on Monday morning.
Talking about Tim Cook's work schedule, Melton said: " You must think that the press has been misleading about Tim Cook's schedule. That he has long hours and stays in the office late is just a trick. But the reality is that, Apple CEO works hard as the press describes. Almost always they are at the office. "
Meanwhile, Nitin Ganatra , another former Apple employee, describes himself as a "lazy" person when he only checks emails four times a day while on holiday.
Despite the hard work, the high-ranking employees at Apple are well paid. In 2013, Tim Cook earned $ 74 million in salary and stock value.
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