Special gifts to reward long-term service: Apple

Previously, Apple presented employees with a crystal-made award in recognition of their service. However, the new award is more substantial and has a more lustrous appearance


Apple has found an amazing way to reward its long-tenured employees to appreciate their loyalty towards the brand. DongleBookPro, a YouTuber, shared an unboxing video showing Apple rewarding a square piece of aluminum, a cloth for polishing, and a note signed by CEO Tim Cook. The prize has been awarded to the employees who have been with the company for 10 years or more.

The aluminium piece comes with a large stainless steel Apple logo. Upon opening the packaging, the recipient is greeted with a personal note from Tim Cook, thanking them for their dedication to the company’s mission of making the world a better place.

The most amazing thing is that Apple has emphasised the employee’s achievement by engraving the number ‘10’, representing their ten years of service. Additionally, the piece also has the employee’s name and the date they reached the ten-year milestone.

The cloth included in the package has been reportedly called an ‘unexpected item’. This cloth is valued at Rs 1,900 in India and will undoubtedly assist the employee in keeping the metal block shiny at all times. Additionally, the package contains a note from Apple stating that the gift is crafted from the same 6000 series aluminium used in the production of their products.

Unlike its competitors such as Google, Amazon, and Meta, Apple has not made any announcements about job cuts. Google reduced its workforce by 12,000 employees worldwide, while Amazon plans to lay off 18,000 employees. Late last year, Meta laid off 11,000 employees, and although there were speculations that the company might continue to cut jobs, company executive Andy Stone has denied these rumours.

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