CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple will fund a 25% increase in hourly pay for its shuttle bus drivers, who are employed by contractors including Compass Transportation and Royal Coach Tours, the San Jose Mercury News reported.
In addition, drivers who work the split shift, which requires them to drive routes in the morning and evening, will earn a higher hourly wage to make up for the downtime. Wages for drivers will rise 25 percent on average, depending on what they were making before and their seniority. Greg Gallup, chief operating officer for Royal Coach Tours, said the Apple's shuttle drivers will now be among the highest paid in the valley. For the full story, click here.