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Apple retail employees speak out in response to NYT's criticism

Ashleigh Allsopp | June 27, 2012
The New York Times has this week published an article criticising Apple for paying its retail staff low salaries, despite stressful working conditions and long shifts with no breaks. 9to5Mac has now published several comments from former and current Apple Store employees in response to the article.

"Making Apple much more money than they pay me means nothing to me," another respondent said. "It pays my bills and at the end of the day that's what matters. I worked at another high-profile technology company, which also made lots of money. And I was making less than I'm making at Apple."

"We do work more than we're given credit for," one Apple retail employee said. "But I don't work here to get credit. I'm here to do my job well and to represent the brand as best I can."

To read the full report and the complete responses from employees, visit 9to5Mac's article here.


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