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119 questions about working at Amazon.com
I can get rehired because I didn’t get fired my season just came to an end but I will not return I applied for blue badge but tell you to just keep coming to work and that they don’t know if they will keep you and they just keep you waiting like an idiot
Answered November 18, 2019
My time as a Seasonal Associte came to an end early Jan 2019. I applied a position at a different location part-time and now have a start date, so I would say it depends on the circumstances you were let go on.
Answered April 26, 2017
Amazon is a different animal . I work for DFW7 which if you have ever worked for Amazon you understand that’s how they name their buildings. The person that said you are not rehirable doesn’t know anything about Amazon and should not be talking. You are absolutely rehirable anytime you get fired from Amazon the only time you are not is if you quit and take the $3000-$5000 pay out and then you can never work for them again. They will hire you back after 1 year in fact they will send you a letter asking you back half the employees have been fired and rehired there so many times and it’s because of that stupid UPT policy
Answered February 21, 2017
Those are harsh things to get fired for but they can happen.
Answered November 20, 2016
No, as a full time fulfillment associate you would stay until termination or if you decide to resign.
Answered October 23, 2016
Very unlikely to be rehired.
Answered June 29, 2017
Yes, you get your check for however many days you worked the week you were terminated.
Answered January 28, 2017
No as with most jobs.
Answered December 13, 2016
Termination and rehire
Asked January 2, 2018
I left my job because I wasn't satisfied with it anymore. Wasn't getting anywhere. Rehire is usally easier because you've worked in the company before though I was told you may have to go through the learning process of safety and whatnot.
Answered January 2, 2018
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