New Apple Employees Receive This Amazing Welcome Letter

When you start a new job, it is often customary to be welcomed to your new work place. Typically, your supervisor of trainer shows you to your work space and may hand you a stuffy manual to read about the company. Apple does things different. Take a look at this note you would receive, upon starting a new position at Apple.

Quite an inspirational letter, to get you started. Every line of the letter is true. Apple products change the world, and I can only imagine that it would be beyond amazing to be a part of the experience. Instagram user “M” posted a photo of this letter. He had this taped to his dresser for years, and it is still inspirational to him.

In my personal experience, I have never been welcomed to a new company in this way. Usually, after being hired, I have been sent away on a training course some where, then put to work right after, with no real formal welcome. I think I’ll be printing this out, and putting it up on the wall beside my desk. These are not just inspiring words for working at Apple, but for everything we do in our lives, everyday.

[via TheNextWeb]

  • Guest

    Gay!!!!!!

  • werwerwe

    duhhh… of course. says a company owed by a gay guy

  • WhatThe

    Cheesy as hell.

  • Me

    great, it practically states you will be working weekends/overtime for free.

  • Max

    Owned by one guy eh? Who would that be?

  • Jk

    Come here to swim in a pool full of Steve Job’s semen… No Thanks!

  • Vitamin_vee

    I’d rather it say, “welcome to apple. Here are your stock options”

  • cilias

    Yeah, that line about the weekend stands out, doesn’t it. 🙂

  • randyritraj

     I own some of Apple, and my wife would definitely contest your assertion that I’m gay.

  • Stephane

    Yep, very inspirational when one of the first things your boss tells you is that you are expected to work on weekends (and tries to make it sound like it’s *your* idea).

  • TACP

    It’s freaking retail. Get over it.

  • Jk

    I think this is the welcoming letter they give to you in the piss poor working conditions in China…