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If you were to leave Amazon.com, what would be the reason?

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No regards to Human Principle when it comes to health they will fire you if you spent too many days sick or even hospital stays. This company threats people like scums they butter you up with the pay but are ready to fire you instantly no matter what. The crazy thing consumers support there villainous ways by giving them there hard earn money. I recommend people to dont apply to this company your life will become a slave to them.

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To a job that offered benefits to part time employees.

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Are like that, but I didn't know 'flexible hour' means 'Amazon tells when to comeout to work'. They don't give you a fixed F

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Contractual obligations completed.

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Training priority is low. On my first night, I was barely taught how to scan which is pretty much a high maintenance job. The ambassador I spoke with said he would have to “train me tomorrow.” That tomorrow turned into another tomorrow - they basically forget that you’re a new employee and send you to fend for yourself. If you’re lucky enough, someone will come along and actually guide you through your job until you “got it.” The sad thing is, I’m brand new and I’m already considering leaving.

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Why is it that some of rhe ops are so rude and disrespectful to their workers wanna talk to them like they are crazy just because they walk around with operation on their backs what gives them the right to terminate you and than they want let you.speak to noone thats just wrong someone needs to look into this situation

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If I were to leave Amazon it would be due to the lower management meaning the AM's and PA's. They are unprofessional people on a big power trip. They never give praises or acknowledge the good works of associates, but yet they are quick to point out flaws.

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To much negatively, would drive me away.

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I got another job

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Please don't work for this company. I don't know if other Amazon jobs are like that, but I didn't know 'flexible hour' means 'Amazon tells when to comeout to work'. They don't give you a fixed schedule. When I applied to Amazon, they didn't tell anything about what's the flexible means. I thought I can choose my own schedule. Maybe this is my ignorant, because I've been working in full time grocery marts.

Anyway after the orientation, I had 3 days of training. And at the last day of my training day, I asked to manager 'when do I get my schedule?' She told me to go to AmazonAtoZ to accept whatever schedule shows up. So I went there to find it, but none showed up. So I waited and waited and still none showed up. I didn't work for a whole week. So I just appeared to work for 3days and they noticed that I'm working even though they didn't call me.


So today, manager called me out while I was working and told about that flexible hour worker means 'you only work when Amazon tells you to'. So I asked 'when am I able to get my fixed schedule?' She told me that I'm not able to get it until end of this December. When I heard that 'what kind of company is this?'


Today was my the most humiliated day ever. Just avoid any type of 'flexible hour workers'. I don't know about other companies, but I think just avoid any type of 'flexible hour jobs'. I didn't know flexible hour means until today. I guess I'm going back grocery mart.


PLEASE DON'T APPLY FOR "FLEXIBLE HOUR WORKS".

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