Amazon Warehouse
Work wellbeing score is 69 out of 100
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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Amazon Warehouse a better place to work?

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  • Make more flexible night shifts.

  • Better vacation time, Allowing employees to take time off without points being added

  • Treat people like humans, have better communication, train people properly, staying knowledgeable about promotions, bonuses and get rid of the heavy work load and make it a different department where heavy items are dealt with like heavy metal tools, tiles, water cases and etc.

  • Longer breaks, at least 45 minutes. Stop talking about rates if your machines don't function majority of the time.

  • Actually put my time into helping my coworkers to meet deadlines versus watching a screen.

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  • Promote and hire more internal mangers and PA

  • Retrain all operations managers.

  • Hire unbiased employees, provide workers with proper equipment, raise Pay according to what the job entails, ensure employees safety.

  • Start fresh you have everyone breaking policy’s and rules just to get a good quota not cool at all! Hard to revert people use to breaking all the policy’s there even the training class a 6 year old can get the class and be a driver

  • I feel that listening to music improves the quality and quantity of working conditions

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