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  • Apple Employees Get Thanksgiving Week Off for September Accomplishments


    9to5Mac has reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook, sent out a memo to all employees this morning, letting them know that they will be receiving extended vacation time for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. The memo talked about the appreciation of all September accomplishments thus far and for upcoming unreleased products as well. Cook started off the memo with “This month has been one for the record books.” Cook has made this offer in the past as well to his employees back in 2012 and last year.

    The memo talks about the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, ApplePay, iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, and the Apple Watch. He also spoke about the crucial role all employees have played in all the success. All Apple employees get November 24th, 25th, and 26th off on top of Thanksgiving weekend, meanwhile AppleCare, Retail, and other teams get those days off at a later point. Check out the memo below:

    Team,

    This month has been one for the record books.

    Just two weeks ago, we launched the biggest advancements in iPhone history with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which our customers absolutely love. We introduced Apple Pay, a new service which will make mobile payments easier, more secure and more private. And we previewed the next chapter in Apple’s story with Apple Watch, our most personal device ever and one which has already captured the world’s imagination.

    Our customers are enjoying new ways to use their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 8’s intuitive new features, and the ground-breaking security of iOS 8 has demonstrated our strong commitment to protecting users’ privacy. Coming up this fall is OS X Yosemite, with continuity features that deliver an even more fluid experience across all our iOS devices and Macs.

    Each of these introductions represents years of innovation and hard work by teams all across Apple. Many of you have put the best work of your lives into these amazing new products, which bring together world-class hardware, software and services in the way only Apple can. This is what we do best, and the result transforms people’s lives. It’s simply inspiring.

    I am also incredibly inspired and proud of all of our work to protect the environment, advance human rights, and change the way teachers teach and students learn.

    Without you, none of these accomplishments would have been possible. Our people are the soul of our company, and we all need time to refresh and renew. To provide that time, and to recognize all of these achievements — as well as your boundless talent and dedication — I’m happy to announce that we’re extending the Thanksgiving holiday this year. We will shut down with pay on November 24, 25 and 26 so our teams can enjoy the whole week off.

    Retail, AppleCare, and several other teams will continue to serve our customers over those days, but will receive the same amount of time off at a date that’s best for them. Please check with your manager for details. International teams will schedule vacation days when appropriate for their country.

    Enjoy the extra time off with your families and loved ones. You’ve earned it!

    Tim
    Source: 9to5Mac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Employees Get Thanksgiving Week Off for September Accomplishments started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. bigboyz's Avatar
      bigboyz -
      Very nice gesture. Now to talk my job into allowing the same week off :]
    1. RyoSaeba's Avatar
      RyoSaeba -
      Will the people at Foxconn be getting some extra time off as well?