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HR POLICIES OF APPLE INC
Transcript of HR POLICIES OF APPLE INC
RECRUITMENT & SELECTION
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services.
The company employs 115,000 permanent full-time employees as of July 2015 and maintains 478 retail stores in seventeen countries as of March 2016.
1. Spoke-and-wheel hierarchy
2. Function-based grouping
3. Product-based grouping
“3 screening calls, 5 FaceTime interviews, a trip to Cupertino for 5 two-person interviews lasting a whole day and a lunch at the newest Café Macs.
LINKEDIN PROFILE SCREENING
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS IN OFFICE
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS OUTSIDE
The Power of the Right Person in the Right Role
The Importance of Talent and the Data to Understand It
Selection of Analysis to Employ for Apple Inc.
Determining the Size of the Training Audience
Selecting the Appropriate Assessment Methods
Training needs survey
Training and Intervention Strategies
Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Training and Development Program
Training and Development Program Evaluation
HR POLICIES OF APPLE INC
1. Corporate Roles
2. APPLE Retail Store jobs
3. Manufacturing Roles
4. Students programs
Apple worked with Verité and the Fair Labor Association-
two internationally recognized organizations dedicated to human rights to evaluate the quality of their social responsibility training (Apple, 2012)
In addition to training the workers, they also train supervisors and managers on their responsibilities to those workers. For example, they require management from suppliers in Malaysia and Singapore to attend a two-day workshop that covers their Prevention of Involuntary Labor standard along with best practices for labor agency monitoring, direct hire processes, and onsite management of foreign workers (Apple, 2012)
Apple has also expanded professional development opportunities for workers through Supplier Employee Education and Development (SEED) program. This Apple-designed program offers workers classes in topics such as finance, computer skills, and the English language(Apple,2012)
Apple has a compensation committee to structure Apple‟s compensation packages and policies. The purpose of the compensation committee is to prepare compensation packages and incentive programs, review them and modify them as needed. Also administer them as they are empowered by the board. (Apple, 2011)
The company also offers very good benefits for a retailer, including health care, contributions and the chance to buy company stock, as well as Apple products, at a discount (Denning, 2012). The particular benefits package of Apple will depend on position, location, and years with the company for every employee. There‟s plenty of Flexibility built in for employees and their families.