Apple Announces Enhancements to Employee Benefits

Apple Announces Enhancements to Employee Benefits

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Apple HR head Denise Young-Smith has sent an email to employees informing them of new enhancements to employee benefits, reports 9to5Mac.

Apple is giving employees increased time off for parental leave and educational assistance for courses related to any job at Apple. It's also establishing a Student Loan Refinancing Program for U.S. employees and expanding the Apple Matching Gifts Program.

You can read the full letter to employees below...

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We know how hard all of you are working: from the teams designing, producing, launching, and supporting our incredible products to the thousands of retail employees sharing the excitement and experience face to face with our customers every day. You are the reason we are able to change the world, again and again. We appreciate all that you give to Apple to make us great.

Because we want to make sure you get the support you need, we’re excited to introduce significant changes to our global well-being programs for both part-time and full-time employees:

• Educational assistance will be available to all full-time employees and part-time retail employees worldwide and will now cover courses related to any job at Apple — including English language courses at any institution.
• We’re thrilled to introduce a Student Loan Refinancing Program for U.S. employees. This program can ease the burden of past loans and help you cover future expenses for your college-aged children.
• Giving back is something that’s important to so many of us. Since the Apple Matching Gifts Program began, Apple has matched over $25 million of employees’ charitable contributions. Now we’re going to help you do even more for causes that are important to you — by expanding the Apple Matching Gifts Program to all Apple employees around the world and by donating money to causes where you volunteer your time.
• In the U.S., we’re enhancing our maternity and new parent leave options for full-time employees. As a new mom, you will be able to take fully paid leave for up to four weeks before your due date and up to twelve to fourteen weeks after your baby is born. Other new parents will receive full pay for up to six weeks.

To learn about these changes and more, or to provide feedback on any of Apple’s well-being programs, I encourage you to visit HRWeb.

As we embark upon these busy and important months for our customers, please make sure to give yourself the attention you deserve. Your work is vital, but your happiness and well-being are what will bring true success.

Denise
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[via 9to5Mac]


Apple Announces Enhancements to Employee Benefits
. - June 15, 2016 at 12:14pm
Then explain the similarities between the 2 if both involve being educational.
Headbanger - October 2, 2014 at 7:22pm
Apple is trying very hard to keep people from going to samsung.
Gangbanger - October 2, 2014 at 7:57pm
Or Apple just makes things simpler and want to push it further every time even if Samsung tries to make it better.
Mooncutter - October 2, 2014 at 8:27pm
From what I can see they don't give a fuc about Samsung lol
Ban the Trolls!!! - October 3, 2014 at 4:35am
Agreed mooncutter. If Samsung keeps up their antics with all the bashing they're doing I really think apple might drop them completely from being one of their suppliers. They've already started gradually weeding them out of the loop. Moving more towards LG, sharp, and others. And maybe even intel for the chips somewhere down the road. Some will deny It but it will hurt Samsung in the long run. Having apple as a customer is a big chunk of their business and profits. The same with google. Google actually makes more money from iOS than they do android. And as for the original comment that they're doing this to keep employes from going to Samsung, that's the stupidest thing I've heard. I guarantee Samsung comes know where close to offering employee benefits like apple does for their employes. Even before these new ones.
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