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8 days ago

Sortation Supervisor

Amazon.com United Kingdom

  The ideal candidate requires leadership experience in the transportation delivery industry or a similar fast-paced logistics/distribution… Amazon.com


11 days ago

Business Analyst

Amazon.com London, England

You will work to solve complex and broad business problems with analytically derived solutions, applying appropriate analytical best practices… Amazon.com


14 days ago

FBA Operations Associate

Amazon.com Ridgmont, England

With Fulfillment by Amazon, Amazon’s innovative service offering, any third party (3P) seller can send inventory directly to Amazon, where it is… Amazon.com


12 days ago

Executive Assistant

Amazon.com London, England

This role demands a strong sense of urgency and the ability to work independently on assignments with sound judgment. The right candidate will have a… Amazon.com


15 days ago

UX Design Leader

Amazon.com London, England

The ideal candidate will be a systems-level design thinker and visionary, with strong customer instincts and outstanding design intuition, who will… Amazon.com


14 days ago

Financial Analyst

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

· You will be responsible for driving change management projects to improve the current Financial Operations. · You will be expected to analyse… Amazon.com


29 days ago

Sr. Product Manager Worldwide Digital Video

Amazon.com London, England

As a Product Manager for Amazon Instant Video's Web Program, you will define and build digital products and applications for Amazon's digital video… Amazon.com


20 days ago

AWS Technical Training Architect

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

Here's your chance to work as a Trainer on a newly formed team, with high visibility and significant customer impact. The successful candidate is an… Amazon.com


12 days ago

DevOps Software Engineer

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

This role is responsible for systems architecture, support and security, along with developing LAMP systems and supporting peer developers. Our ideal… Amazon.com


15 days ago

Senior Finance Analyst

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England +2 locations

The EU Operations Finance team is seeking a Senior Finance Analyst – Transportation & Logistics to support financial analysis and planning for… Amazon.com


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    Employees are customers too Jeff

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Product Manager III in Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England
    Current Employee - Product Manager III in Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

    I have been working at Amazon.com full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Very strong brand name, Amazon continues to innovate and its exciting to be part of a business that continues to grow quickly, and to be reinvesting in the business and releasing new products. I can honestly say that I have worked with the smartest people in my career at Amazon, which encourages me to raise my game. Strong leadership principles that provide clarity on how to get things done in the business.

    Cons

    A word of warning if you are a parent or have obligations away from the work place that you need/would like to also find time for. Amazon expects your full commitment- there are many reviews on here of people calling out appalling work/life balance- so pay heed to these. There have been so many instances I have seen of employees on sick leave through stress and anxiety, with little attention paid to why and to integrate these back into the business or provide the appropriate support. Amazon is a burn out mill that requires your full focus, so perfect for those who need validation in their lives from a work perspective, but awful for those who don't. Very frugal environment with extremely lean teams- pretty typical for most individuals to be doing 2 roles at once. Business continues to grow but is an increasing concern that any revenues achieved through growth don't seem to feed back to the employee.

    Senior management attitude is to focus on things that go wrong- never any call outs for what has gone well. Depressing attitude to take in a business that demands so much from employees. Amazon gets data, doesn't get people or how to encourage a positive collegiate culture. Lots of new naive MBA's that the business can suck dry. Very high turnover of staff- people leave/disappear and are never heard of again.

    The only people I would recommend Amazon to are those who are willing to completely throw themselves 100% into their career for a few years to get experience and the name on their CV- even then you need to be very careful about what you take on board- the business will suck the life out of you if you let it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Recognize that all employees are also customers. If the business is customer obsessed- it should also be employee obsessed. Think about what you are building from an employment perspective- what responsibility you have to the 1000's of staff who are working themselves to the bone to make you a success.

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