Apple Music Festival Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
The Apple Music Festival (formerly known as the iTunes Festival) was a music concert series held by Apple, Inc. inaugurated in 2007. Free tickets were given to Apple Music, iTunes and DICE users who lived in the United Kingdom, through localized prize draws. Performances were streamed live and available to view afterwards, free of charge, for Apple Music members on their Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, and Android phones. In London, the Apple Music Festival had become an annual music festival which takes place in September at The Roundhouse art centre in Camden Town. The series made its United States debut with five days of free performances at the Moody Theater in March 2014, alongside the South by Southwest (SXSW) music showcase in Austin, Texas.
A former technical specialist shared "Apple tends to talk about how they’re super inclusive and how they value individuals, but it’s a farce. Their profits are what counts. Though they’re a literal trillion dollar company, they barely paid above minimum wage. Though they have a whole team of schedulers for every store, they refused to give anyone two consecutive days off or give anyone the same schedule from week to week. The very first month I was there, they refused to give me time off for a funeral because it was my fiancé’s grandma, so she wasn’t MY family. They fired me for needing to take time away because my grandfather has dementia, but they did it over the phone and claimed I resigned so I didn’t get severance. Most of the parents I knew who worked with me never got to have dinners with their kids and their schedules around childcare were completely disregarded. Maybe it was just the store I worked for, but I was treated like another cog in the machine and my value as an individual was next to nothing."
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