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You need a P.R.
Personal Relation Person who's vazoid can change when needed. To meet the employee need or whom ever.

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I think taking photos of people's property without explicitly explaining that is what happens is an invasion of privacy. I don't want anyone coming onto my property and taking photos. Amazon should assume people don't want that. You should have to opt in rather than opt out. Amazon's invasion of my privacy in many ways will out win the sort of convenience they offer. I am furious this is happening without my knowledge and it took being photographed through my window while in my PJs sitting on my couch to find out.

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I worked for Amazon and yes I loved it for personal reasons I left but intend to going back. I am grateful to have had an opportunity to work for Amazon. It is not hard work it’s just work for people that don’t like to work but expect to be paid then no job is good for you. I am a woman and worked driving reach truck and all management was great to me !!!!!

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It can take a couple weeks to several months to get started after you've been to orientation.

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Fix the flex app. Make package grouping by housing area. So drivers are not going back and forth across a busy four lane road between two housing areas. It will speed up delivery times and save on labor costs...

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If you want to move up from a tier 1 to tier 3 position you must be willing to be the best at whatever you do. You have to stand out, be the 1%. Talk to your manager about learning problem solving, get trained in everything. Bust your managers balls twice a week to learn new things. Be friendly to everyone. Managers and ops managers see everything. Stand out! Learn amnesty, you’ll be given a walkie talkie so now managers can also here you. Walk faster than everyone else, you have to stand out.
I’m over 40 and run circles around everyone 1/2 my age.

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Between 16 to 28

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9pm to 7am

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I recently started working in part time in scanning and the biggest hurdle is getting my body to adapt to being on its feet all day after years of sitting at a desk. I look forward to working, I have made a few friends, but my feet are typically still sore from the day before, but with each day I’m a little less sore than the previous day. After my shift I look forward to putting my feet up.

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I would extend the 15 minute breaks to 20 minutes therefore staff have time to have a break it can take up to 5 minutes just to get past security so you really only get 5-6 minute not even time to get a coffee as many other members are trying to do the same.

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