Tim Cook congratulates employees for a “Super 2012″ and extends them holidays
Who he has had a boss who tells you “take more days off, the gift you”? For it is not uncommon, and just happened to Apple, where CEO Tim Cook sent a letter congratulating employees and extending their thanksgiving holiday in the United States. Definitely a better indicator of the differences between Cook and his predecessor, Steve Jobs.
The CEO congratulated the employees, ensuring that they have launched “outstanding new products” that have had a reception “amazing” in the audience, demonstrating that “Apple is unrivaled in this post-PC”.
“To recognize the efforts that have made this incredible year, I am happy to announce that we will extend the Thanksgiving celebrations once again this year,” he said. Cook had taken the same action last year.
“Our international teams will also have an extra three days off during the quarter, which may be taken at the time most convenient to them,” he added.Apple, earnings, Holidays, Results, thanksgiving, Tim Cook