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9,490 questions about working at Amazon.com
Pay is good
Answered October 3, 2019
Best company offering career opportunities
Answered March 14, 2017
Everything but the pay
Answered March 15, 2017
There are so many inefficiencies. I have many ideas that would increase the efficiency of picker and other people in other production rolls, if only employees would be heard and action be taken. I hear that things will not change, for it's been done this way for X number of years. Productivity can be increased greatly, which means Labor would be more utilized, which means the company will make millions more dollars. Lower productive employees will be more productive and anger and frustration will be less. I have so many ideas. If only people that can make changes will listen. My views are shared by many of my fellow employees.
Answered November 24, 2016
Very flexable
Answered March 9, 2020
Work 10 hours
Answered March 9, 2020
Amazon never had any traditional interviews. You do everything online. They tell you to come in for photo, drug screening, W4 validation. And bring your ID. Then, when it all clears, you start on your start date.
Answered January 15, 2016
We need unions, increased hourly pay and salaries, bonuses, sick days, more personal time. Reevaluate how people are promoted and recognized for their work in the company and create more opportunities for advancement. Management needs to be held accountable for things like covid response, cleanliness, replacement of broken equipment.
Answered January 17, 2017
Honestly this job is impossible to schedule around. You're working 12 hr shifts 4 days a week trying to make goal. Goals are hard to make so few actually mnage this. This means a mandatory extra shift or MET. Say goodbye to time to go to school, see your kids, or anything else if you work with amazon! Utterly awful.
Answered February 3, 2016
It’s a fairly simple and fast process. You submit application and take an easy test. A virtual interview and a drug test were required at the time I was hired. Then if approved job training information is sent and you become an Amazon employee.
Answered September 8, 2016
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