Every Employee Who Leaves Apple Becomes An Associate?

When an employee departs Apple, that person is referred to as a ″associate.″ When companies check the information on applicants’ resumes using job databases, the titles of all formerly employed individuals at Apple are removed and replaced with generic titles.

What’s up with Apple’s approach to job verification?

Experts in employment practices describe Apple’s method as bizarre, if not completely unprecedented. However, up until recently, it was largely unnoticed by the general public, with the exception of a small number of job applicants whose resumes were found to be in conflict with official databases maintained by job verification services operated by companies such as Equifax and Lexis-Nexis.

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