Really like working for amazon? What are the working problems of Amazon?
What it's really like working for amazon?
Jeff Bezos started Amazon as an online bookseller in 1994. Fast-forward to 2020, and Amazon is one of the biggest, most powerful, strongest, most beloved, and (sometimes) controversial companies in the world.
Amazon now employs nearly one million workers worldwide. At the end of the first quarter of 2020, the tech giant had more than 840,000 full- and part-time employees, according to its revenue estimates.
The multinational company also said its net sales rose 26 percent to cross the $75 billion mark in the first quarter. Although it started out selling books and selling music, Amazon has become the “everything store,” an online retailer of multiple products, the new owner of Whole Foods, and more.
So, what’s it like to work for the world’s most loved and valued brand? It depends on who and how you’re asking. Amazon has many subsidiaries, companies, and business functions, so covering every area of operation for the tech behemoth would be difficult, if not impossible. Working in an Amazon warehouse is very different from working as a delivery driver, in corporate offices, or as an employee in remote locations.
As one of the Big Four tech giants, along with Facebook and Google, Amazon has often been criticized for its highly competitive work culture and its role as a corporate monopoly in the US economy. Major media sites have published numerous investigations and reports on Amazon’s work culture.
AmazonManufacturer.com has reviewed the research and will give you a general overview of what people say about what it’s like to work for Amazon.