Former Apple designer explains why he quit his dream job

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Not every day we hear stories about how someone decides to quit his dream job , especially when it comes to Apple. However, the story designer Jordan Pryce exactly that. Now the former employee told the terrible conditions at Apple and said that would never come back to Cupertino.

Ex- Apple employee complained to her employer blog Medium. In the past , according to Jordan , he was eager to get there , but now his desire to change. The young man was not satisfied with a fixed -time, because he could not spend time with his daughter , as well as attitude of his immediate superior .

I hardly (hardly meaning never) saw my daughter during the week because the hours were so inflexible. I had also taken a substantial pay cut, but I figured I was making a long-term career investment by working for such a prestigious company. “- says Jordan .

According to the designer , Apple simply obsessed with security to gain access to the server , it took a month.

On boarding was super bumpy, and they had so many passwords, accounts, and logins that it took nearly a month just for me to get on the server. There were meetings all the time which were disruptive to everyone’s productivity, but they seemed to be a necessary evil in a company that’s so large with such high-quality products.“- said in the disappointed young man .

Jordan was unhappy and his immediate superior , who was ” petty tyrant and used to jeer over subordinates .”

“..my immediate boss (known at Apple as a producer), who had a habit of making personal insults shrouded as jokes to anyone below him, started making direct and indirect insults to me. He started reminding me that my contract wouldn’t be renewed if I did or didn’t do certain things. ” – he added .

As a result, Jordan ” broke ” after a late for work . Unable to bear the jokes and attacks by the chief designer wrote him an angry letter and left the company became hateful . Based on the information Jordan , Apple was able to hold in about a month.

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