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Arizona State University-Tempe
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male70%
female30%

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148.2%
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History

Amazon, the Seattle-based online retailer, provides personalized shopping services and direct shipping to customers. The company’s platform, amazon.com, offers a wide range of products including books, music, videotapes, computersSee more

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Multiple locations

Size

Large

Founded

1994

CEO

Jeff Bezos

Type

Company - Public

Revenue

Over $10B

Industry

Business Services (Unclassified)

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FieldRatio
other occupation31.1%
Software Developers and Programmers20.9%
Management - Other14.7%
Administrative6.9%
General and Operations Managers6.7%
Transportation / Logistics6.5%
Human Resources6.3%
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Job ID: 1514 | Amazon Retail LLC Location | Pacific Palisades, CA **This is a flex time position, averaging 0-19 hours/week** DESCRIPTION The pay rate for this role is $16.40 per hour About Us: Join the Amazon Stores team that launched Amazon Books and...Read more
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Reviews

3.5
738 ratings
3.9
Salary & Benefits
3.7
Professional growth
3.4
Work-Life balance
3.2
Recognition & Support
3.5
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Associate manager position

5.0
Associate - Staten Island, NY - January 27, 2022
All managers are very friendly and very easy to talk to. The other associates are very helpful too. Amazon benefits are great and wonderful...
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly Office, Able to relate your issues with HR
Cons
Paying Tolls

Fun and productive workplace

5.0
Picker / Packer - Austin, TX - January 26, 2022
Working in the Austin fulfillment center is like working in an ideal world where people from various countries, races, ethnicities and religions work together and have fun interacting with each other on the job.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great benefits, good work/life balance, terrific coworkers
Cons
Too much virus going around

Demanding Job

3.2
Sort Center Associate - Crest Hill, IL - January 19, 2022
I met some nice people at this job. I worked in the warehouse facility scanning and sorting packages. It was a 5 hour shift, and I was able to change my shift hours after so many months being at Amazon.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
We had paid break time for 20 minutes.
Cons
Scanning packages was uneventful after awhile. There also slow periods at times.

Fun supportive colleagues

3.4
January 18, 2022
Working at Amazon was a great way to feel like you were making a difference in your community. The coworkers were great.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great coworkers
Cons
Time scheduling

We’re just a number

1.0
Inbound pallet dock - Lakeland, FL - January 11, 2022
I have a physical injury and amazon took me out of work without any kind of consideration and without any kind of warning beforehand. They just went to me to tell me you can't work here with restrictions anymore, when your restrictions change you can come back. My injury is not a joke, I have a back injury. And my only restrictions were not to lift more than 20 pounds, and not to work more than 8 hours a day. When this medical accommodation situation will be handled through a manager in charge of my case. They did not give me any documents. They had no empathy, ethics, or profedionalism. I am a totally single single mother in the state of Florida. I need to provide support for my daughters. And I can say that I am one of the best employees, I have never had a report, they have never caught my attention, I always do my job with great satisfaction. But for amazon especially TPA2
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Everything is bad, they don’t respect the associated, we are just a number.
Cons
Everything es bad

Amazon is a joke.

2.6
Process Assistant - Edison, NJ - January 10, 2022
I was fired because another associate said i threaten them, I've never had a complaint or issue but because an associate was threaten by me and lied, i was out of a job, so my advice find a job that has a union, there's no future in Amazon.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
The pay if your willing to work over 40hrs
Cons
There's no union so expect to be fired whenever they feel the need to do so.

Fun place to work and lose some weight!!!

4.0
Associate - Las Vegas, NV - January 7, 2022
I decided to look for a part time job and well Amazon came knocking!!! It was a full time job day one full benefits...... I really didn't need a full time job but I started and loved it!!! The reason for getting a job was because I needed to lose weight.... 3 months later I lost 40 pounds!!! Needless to say 4 yrs later I'm still here!!!
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benefits!!!! Health care is the best!!!
Cons
Hard on the body

Great benefits and pay, but your just a number.

2.2
Human Resouce Administrator/Communication Partner - Easton, PA - January 4, 2022
For a person who is willing to work, it can be a really good job. Great pay, amazing benefits, starting day one. However, safety is not a top priority for the company, and neither is their ability to work through the hierarchy. If an associate needs assistance with anything HR related, things seem to fall through the cracks. There is also, alot of back and forth with the Employee Resouce Center regarding all important documents. It can be frustrating for an employee, as no one lays claim, it is just passed back and forth. Also, please know that regardless of hardwork they are quick to dismiss an employee rather than retrain into another department. Everyone there is no more than a number, easily replaced.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Overtime, extra pay on holidays, great benefits and pay
Cons
Easily discarded, everything is micromanaged, their Leadership Pinciples are a facade. es

My experience

4.2
December 25, 2021
Associates need more recognition. They are worked hard throughout the day and are never acknowledged for it.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Pay increases
Cons
Long hours, short breaks

Personaly, I did like my time there.

1.6
Package Handler - Rockville, MD - December 9, 2021
Honestly, after around two years working there, I don't keep good memories of my stay. A lot of cronyism, those working hard are not recognized while the lazing ones who are making friends with the managers are rewarded. But, it can be interesting if you want something to keep you busy while searching for a better occupation. Their scholarship is limited to a list of fields, which I found very weird. I am just trying to be factual. So, it is up to anyone and depends on the situation where you are.
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Short term solution for a difficult moment
Cons
Too many bias in many respects

Fun at times but very competitive

4.0
Sorting - November 29, 2021
I enjoyed working for the most part, training needs to be improved. Supervisors should be a little bit more understanding. I have fun working there when the equipment was working and I wasn't yelled at by the supervisors.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great hours
Cons
Cold warehouse

Energetic & productive work enviroment

5.0
Warehouse Fulfillment Associate - November 29, 2021
I wanted more growth and professionalism , before coming to this great employer. Working for Amazon brings acceptional growth along with leadership. Everyone works as a Team, not as infividuals who knows it all..
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Insurance on day one, Feels like home
Cons
Parking in Handicap Reserve spots without a permit.

Great place to work, but few opportunity to grown

4.6
Fulfillment Associate - Davenport, FL - November 18, 2021
It was a great experience working there, the supervisors and the staff in general are great, but I think they should improve the policies when assigning positions since I think they do not give many opportunities to climb positions within the organization
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
friendly office, free coffee or tea, safety security
Cons
parking lot is too small

Definitely! Somewhere I would love to work again.

5.0
Fulfillment - Theodore, AL - November 18, 2021
Honestly, I liked working there, I would definitely work for them again. The fixable shifts or prefect for mother’s.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great shifts with supportive people
Cons
The fact they don’t rehire

Great work place met nice people

5.0
Call Center Customer Service Associate - Huntington, WV - November 9, 2021
Out on the phone with the customer and I was on another website instead of the website and the customer was talking about which was Amazon and I got in trouble or not terminated for it
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Pot lucks on friday
Cons
Parking was okay, plus we were on top of the police station

Fun and productive

5.0
Packer - Fresno, CA - November 9, 2021
It fun working there I never thought I would make friends there when I first worked there. I wanted to be the best person there to make everyone laugh and to have a good time with me too. You get support with your manager and your team that you just met there. On the plus side there is always something to do there and you can always learn something else there if they train you. It’s a great place to work at.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Free lunch on holidays, getting recognized, and getting new friends
Cons
Well parking sucks if your not there early and some of the food sucks

Fun and productive place to work

4.2
FC Associate 1 - Hawthorne, CA - November 8, 2021
I truly loved working at amazon when I was working mornings on parting shift but warning don’t do night shit because they will over work you that’s why I resigned but other then that I wouldn’t mind working for Amazon again
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Free lunch
Cons
They have a lot of favorite

slave driver

1.4
Cranbury, NJ - November 7, 2021
if you want to be slave and quota driven . its the place for you . Cranbury is better than other locations
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
coworkers are good you are all in the same boat
Cons
nobody really cares and they say if you cant work faster they can replace you fast

Work Environment

1.6
Returns Associate - Shepherdsville, KY - November 5, 2021
The work environment has changed over the years. Turnover is a major problem as there is a constant influx of new employees. I say turnover because all of the workstations have been filled for at least the last 3 years, so the influx of new employees has to be to replace those that have left. The day job starts at 6 am and is scheduled for 10 hours standing on your feet examining product returned by customers. Sometime in the last 3 years Amazon has been contracting with other vendors to process returns which increases the workload. At the beginning it was mostly shoes, now, I would estimate mostly clothes. There is subtle pressure to pass items as sellable even though many have been previously worn for an occasion. Women's formal dresses lead this category.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
healthcare benefits
Cons
work environment, pressure to produce at increasing rates.

Bad work place

2.0
October 30, 2021
Worked here for a month. When they don’t know you they don’t say nothing once your own everything is your fault.
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Nothing
Cons
No breaks really , feels like slavery

Sortation Associate

1.0
Sortation Associate - Rockville, MD - October 30, 2021
I have never known who exactly was my manager, and never gotten the assistance i was looking for. I had a surgery on my right hand thumb at the time and had hard time to pick up heavy boxes, so I took sometime off from work upon the recommendation and a sick leave note from the doctor. However, no body took care of that and I had a lot of missing hours accumulated which forced me to voluntarily retire from the job; it was really disastrous and it was not worth at all working there ! Even at this moment, I see a lot of people are complaining about the whole working situation and specially the payment ! It is time for Mr. Bezos and all the rest of the management crew wake up and take care of their employees. Mr. Bezos has been increasingly criticized for his fancy and costly travel to the space while he has never contributed to the millions of problems that the world is facing at this particular moment. He is really ignorant, and what he is doing absolutely a absurd and ridiculous!
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
No any pros at all !
Cons
Very low salary !

Productive and hard work

2.6
Stower - October 29, 2021
I enjoyed working with Amazon and meet a lot of people from different backgrounds. It’s hard work but you also have fun.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly and hard work
Cons
You will live there! ?

Horrible unsafe place to work

1.0
Driver - Richmond, CA - October 28, 2021
Bottom line it's not safe the workload is off the charts they just don't care wouldn't recommend anyone to work there
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Free lunch,flexible hours ,close to home
Cons
No safety measures vans are not kept up

Not a good company unsafe working conditions vans

1.0
Driver Associate - Richmond, CA - October 28, 2021
I got fired for complaining about the van not working properly I sued and won wrongful termination the following month another driver drove the van only to be stranded in Sonoma ca
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
None I you can't be assured to drive maintained vans and get fired for complaining
Cons
Bad safety issues

Warehouse worker

3.8
Warehouse Worker - Wallingford, CT - October 16, 2021
I started in November 2018. And a week later my grandmother passed away and they were so accommodating and patient with me. The managers and other higher up staff were very good some more than others. I went on leaveMarch 2020 when the pandemic started because of my step daughter being home for school. And was on leave until June and then ended up having to resign in august because of school being remote
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Extra perks for certain jobs, holiday pay
Cons
Parking privileges were always changing and then they had a shuttle and the drivers weren’t nice

Awesome place to work!

5.0
Packer - Edwardsville, IL - October 5, 2021
I was hired immediately after had just got done moving a whole other state. I was pregnant at the time and the managers were very understanding and helpful throughout my entire rest of my pregnancy. I met a lot of amazing co workers who were also very helpful and I’ve just love working here and I’ve never had a dull moment since I’ve started !
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
flexible schedule, easy job, co workers have always been very supportive and very helping
Cons
I’ve had no problems since I started working here

Good money and benefits

2.0
Stower - Grapevine, TX - October 2, 2021
They pay and benefits are good, but they work you like slaves, and they don’t give you an opportunity for growth, to change shifts or positions.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Some managers are nice, but it’s only so much they can do
Cons
They don’t care about the workers

Good first job.

4.4
Sortation Specialist - Richmond, CA - September 15, 2021
Flexible schedule. Productive hands on learning experience. A bit labor intensive. Mixed culture environment. No discrimination zone.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Free team meals sometimes.
Cons
Labor intensive.

Great place to work . I wish I never left

4.8
Packer Operator - Garner, NC - September 14, 2021
Great place to work . I love working there . You don’t know how good you have until it’s gone. I wish I could go back !!!
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly, clean and save place to work ! Great pay and Great culture place
Cons
There nothing I can say that bad . I wish I was still there

I really appreciate the opportunity Amazon given me to gain experience working for a great company

3.6
Picker / Packer - September 11, 2021
Amazon was a fun place to work,However the inconsistency of work. Their was work it just would start and stop after we've picked and packed everything.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benefits,and the investing the company gives you once hired
Cons
The rate time keeping.

I love supporting and helping customers resolve the issues

5.0
September 11, 2021
I love supporting and helping customers resolve the issues. I’ve been a customer service with simply for 20 plus year working at Amazon Teleperformance Comcast and also grocery stores like wise in progress’s
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
You get a lot of paid time off
Cons
Working long hours

Horrible and gruesome days

1.8
Fulfillment Associate - Charlotte, NC - September 10, 2021
I’m not gonna go deep into details but besides pay and benefits Amazon was awful I would 0 star some of those if I could, the shifts were extremely long especially in peak season 11 hour and 30 minute night shifts was just the worst. Plus a 30 minute drive back and forth then eating something and showering after the shift. After that the sun was up after sleeping barely 8 hours you have to run out the door back there, it’s like you have no time off even break times are short.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Nice break room, good Covid hygiene
Cons
Far parking from entrance most days, nonchalant management, uncoordinated managers

Why you shouldn't work here

1.6
Picker / Packer - Reno, NV - September 7, 2021
Came in through staffing agency. Took 3 years to get a rause and the raise was disgusting!!!! No growth for anyone here ,Amazon always hiring personal with some sort of degree but with NO warehouse experience.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
None that i can think of
Cons
No advancement opportunities

It was a damb meat gronder they didnt care about anyone and went through people like tissue paper

1.0
Hustler driver - Salt Lake City, UT - September 5, 2021
I was there for a year and saw alot pf scary thing i wouldnt send an enemy to work there. Safy was poor the work is hell and the managers are cruel
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Medical from day one but you needed it
Cons
Safty was a joke and you has 14 hour shifts with one break

Great working environment with much fun

4.8
Baltimore, MD - September 5, 2021
Professional working environment Great people Good team workers Good salary Fun while working ,learning environment
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great benefits
Cons
No parking

Unrecognized potential

2.4
Outbound process assistant - Moreno Valley, CA - September 3, 2021
Worked 4 years, enjoyed my job until 1 am moved up to senior and continued to try and get me fired 3 times that i beat. I reported it to upper management and was fired against company policy.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Hard work, long hours,
Cons
If ypu stay under radar you will be fine

It was a good place to work

3.4
Op driver - Byhalia, MS - August 25, 2021
Well I mean I do wanna go back there cause I was making a lot of money n working overtime but it’s a real good place
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Yeah they was giving us things
Cons
Just the manager was a lil rude it times

Challenge

3.8
Shepherdsville, KY - August 8, 2021
If you like to stay busier than you’ve ever been or experiencing change constantly it’s your place to work. Pay and benefits are great. My immediate manager was a great guy. Challenged me often. Taught me a lot and was a great guy to just talk to. He and I still chat and I’ve been gone 4 years. You will learn a lot. You will be challenged often. You will discover your strengths and weaknesses
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great pay and benefits. Great learning opportunity
Cons
Work/life balance is terrible. If you come in at L4 or higher they expect you to theirs all day

Very fun loving place to work

4.0
Financial Analyst - August 1, 2021
I worked as an financial analyst collections. I've received appreciations and recognitions and as I got a very fun loving team I got to support in every strand. Working in Amazon is the best as we also have so much of freedom to work the way we want to. All they need is to complete the work on time and deliver on time which I think is very important to support the business in growing positively.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Birthday treats, Very friendly office and lot more
Cons
I don't think now there is any

No communication with supervisors that app the HR

1.4
Seasonal - Murrieta, CA - July 22, 2021
No communication HR department in App ask for days off because I got sick of Covid. Constantly threats of me getting fired because my using bathroom and I only had six minutes to do it. Other than that the pay was good but ours were good. And they make you do overtime even if you can’t
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
I know sometimes at 12 o’clock to give us candy and water that was once every three months
Cons
Constantly stressing for me to go to the bathroom missing a day

DONT DO IT

1.0
Warehouse Associate - July 18, 2021
I worked for amazon from 2018-2020 and had to go on various leaves due to injuries. Prior to my first injury I busted my rear working for them, and they would only talk to me when I did something wrong or messed up bad. You are given PTO, UPT And vacation time, UPT , or unpaid time off, was used a few nights in a row because I had to go to the hospital. The next shift.i worked I was called into the main office and was given a final written warning for not being at work even though they were the ones to call the ambulance. Further more I was in college while working for them in 2018-2019 they tell you during orientation that they encourage you to prioritize your studies and will work with you to do so. WRONG! they refused to accommodate me with my school schedule and instead told me "work is your priority. It's not our fault you chose to schedule your classes when you work." Oh one more thing to end this off, do not work for them if you have any sort of mental disorder.
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Lol there aren't any
Cons
No appreciation, terrible for college students, very deceptive

Fun& productivety workers

4.8
Management Positions - Atlanta, GA - July 18, 2021
Free food lunches for my work team workers and I. They've been doing a wonderful job here in the Amazon place of business
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Free lunches
Cons
No parking

Safe place and build up the carrier.

5.0
Safety Coordinator - Lexington, KY - July 15, 2021
This company has become a great place for everyone all over the world to build up their starting goal. If you start to work here the pay, benefits everything is awesome and still they going to pay for your study after a year. This is totally a great company to work with safe and secure.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly and supportive
Cons
Parking is bg.

Zero opportunity for advancement without a college degree. Overlook a lot of great candidates

2.2
Airway Heights, WA - July 13, 2021
The people I work with are wonderful! Very warm working conditions. Too big of an operation. Employee's are just a number unfortunately.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benefits, co-workers
Cons
Employees not treated very kindly. Just a number.

Fun job. I like it

5.0
Stower - West Columbia, SC - July 13, 2021
i like working at Amazon. The only thing I don't like is they volunteer and resigned me. I.I'm ready to go back to Amazon.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Fast pace
Cons
lots of parking spots

Fun job, wrong crew

3.0
Logistics Specialist - Kyle, TX - July 13, 2021
There was lots of potential for growth, unfortunately management was only taking care of the preferred ones that came with the manager.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great benefits
Cons
None to be known

worst workplace ever

1.4
July 8, 2021
worst place to work ever. they treat you like a slave they will lie to you about promotions to get you to do things for them that they would normally pay someone else more to do. they call for overtime every week but never have work for people. the management has no ides what they are doing they just wing it every day. verbally mistreat employs. physically over work them and dont care at all about the physical health of employs.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
nothing
Cons
everything

A Great place to start

4.0
Remote Customer Service Representative - Texas City, TX - July 6, 2021
Working for Amazon was a great experience. The time and training that you receive learning how to serve and support customers are second to none. I was there for eight months and worked in three different departments. You had to make constant adjustments and learn new systems and procedures. The managers are very supportive and work with you to help you learn.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
very diverse company, rewarded us and
Cons
You had to learn quickly especially when you were transferred to a different department

Hectic work life

1.2
July 5, 2021
I got hired through peak season and I was down on the floor with barely any training and no one helped me or helped assist me with anything I was consistently called back to the dock for consistently having problems with my pallets but never any assistance or any help in any form… However there was only one person that was extremely understanding and attentive to my concerns and that will be Zak he was a manager and he worked at the plant prior.
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Pay and Zak
Cons
Training, assistance, support, job stability

Lots of support

3.8
July 2, 2021
Amazon is a good place to work but just like other companies, they got some issue that needs to be fix and if you want to have a career amazon is not the place. Nonetheless, i just need a change... that's all
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Good place to work in this case
Cons
Good parking information

Dead End, No Advancement

2.4
Resolution Specialist - July 1, 2021
Only take a promotion to this team if you're already looking for another job. This was unbelievably stressful with no relief whatsoever. There is no advancing above this position due to absolutely unreasonable performance expectations.
Ratings
4/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Pay is decent
Cons
At the cost of mental health

Productive workplace with support

3.6
Warehouse - Moreno Valley, CA - June 26, 2021
Great people, diverse culture and atmosphere. Worked long hours with hard labor, I don't feel like the compensation was enough. Everything else was great!
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
People are friendly, cross training opportunities
Cons
Low compensation

If only I were 20 - 30 years younger

3.4
Stower - Romulus, MI - June 25, 2021
My only observation is that the work was fulfilling and strenuous. My age was my only impairment which ultimately led to my resignation. When I got the job I was not given any opportunity to select my path. And although there’s plenty of jobs less strenuous I never had any opportunity to get them…
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Met a great bunch of really good people
Cons
Lunch and breaka

Productive

4.6
Package Handler - Miami, FL - June 24, 2021
It's a good journey working at amazon to getting recognized by one in the world. Eceryone is nice.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly place
Cons
None at all

Horrible place to work

1.6
Stower - Salt Lake City, UT - June 21, 2021
I was a Stower for Amazon they had me working long hours and getting paid an OK amount they didn’t care about their employees I really got to talk to my supervisor in fact it was really hard for me to find out who my supervisor was they treat their employees horribly their time stamps and all that is just horrible and they don’t work with you well
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
They have Okay pay depending on where you’re working and what position
Cons
Little parking space, horrible with employees, the way they keep points is just bad, very strict

I thought they cared about me!

2.0
Pick Packer - Linden, NJ - June 21, 2021
I was let go after 5 years of employment. I was to receive stock in the next three weeks! I developed Neuropathy in my whole body. It took me 2 years to get this condition under control. What with medicine, physical therapy, and Posterior Spinal Segments! They just didn't care about me as a person!
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Occasional treats!
Cons
To many to list!

Worst place I have worked

1.4
Area Manager - Avondale, AZ - June 20, 2021
Hours are very long and on your days off they still expect managers to get on calls For meetings even if it is your day off
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
It was a good learning experience
Cons
Long Hours poor SR. Leadership

Productive and fast paced

4.2
Associate - Duncanville, TX - June 18, 2021
Working at Amazon was very fun and beneficial for me at the time . Great benefits but they were not willing to try to work with me on scheduling.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benefits , long breaks
Cons
No flexible hours or able to shift changes

I do not recommend this company

1.8
It Support engineer - Austin, TX - June 17, 2021
Cut throat, blue falcons. Managers who do not care about you. Political promotions. If you are entry level, it’s a decent place to work to get your feet wet, but I do not recommend them for a long term career.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Sometimes free food.
Cons
Managers are terrible

Do not apply

1.8
Warehouse Worker - June 16, 2021
Worst job I’ve ever had. They expect you to be a superhuman, we had to unload trucks full of 50 lb boxes on a time limit as well as unpack and put them on the line by doing 75 in an hour
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
15 an hour and no experience needed
Cons
Everything else

Too ridiculous

1.6
Stower - June 6, 2021
This place is on the verge of slavery. The physical demands of the job are contradictive to the liberal that runs this corporation.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
2/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Decent pay
Cons
Physically demanding to in human lengths

Great place to learn and think outside the box

4.0
Product imaging - June 5, 2021
One of the best places to work minus the revolving door of management. Encouraged to think big try new ideas and implement them if they work. Team building could use help and becoming one instead of separate groups needs worked on. Management would make a huge impact on this if it was a stable management team
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Hours are great. Great pay and benefits
Cons
Lack of management lack of team building lack of consequences

Absolutely loved it

5.0
Picker / Packer - Campbellsville, KY - June 4, 2021
I loved Picking for the fact I got to move around, got my exercise and wasn't stuck in one location all day😊
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great benefits, great ppl to work with and good pay ?
Cons
Long hours sometimes

A means to the end

4.0
Image of control quality assurance area manager - Robbinsville, NJ - June 3, 2021
As an international conglomerate it is a good place to start if you have driving ambition Amazon is a good place to start where you can move on to bigger and better things I was there for over a decade it served its purpose that's why I retired
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Good company just a little to intrusive in your personal life
Cons
To intrusive

Take the initiative to always be productive. Don't stand around talking

3.4
Picker sorter stower and problem solve - Baltimore, MD - June 2, 2021
Started as a seasonal associate (white badge). Then conversion opened you still have to do drug screening prior to conversion, once cleared benefits day 1.(blue badge). Amazon.com is not for everyone. So If you are a slacker and don't like to work hard dont apply. Fast paced environment,Prime member get items either overnight or 2 days. So mgrs always need all associates to work with a sense of urgency.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Pay,benefits, if eligible associates can go to school Amazon will pay 85/90% if tuition.
Cons
Lead staff allow toxic culture to develop there.

Not really the best experience.

1.0
ICQA - San Bernardino, CA - May 28, 2021
Working at Amazon wasn't really the best experience. There was no benefits available to me, or at least from what I was aware of i was not informed about much. I work there for about half a year and was not thoroughly trained nor did I understand my job functions. Basically was set for failure before I even started. I had to learn from the other employees on how to do my job. Meeting rate caused major issues to my physical health and was draining. I even work while I was sick, because of fear of being let go. Towards the end of my time there I wanted to go back to school, so I asked if it were possible to go part-time. The response from one of the higher ups "You have to choose work here or go to school." They didn't give me any other option.
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
I didn't see any pros to working here.
Cons
Poor management, no flexibility, no benefits, no possibility of part-time,

Fun and interesting place to work.

5.0
Warehouse Associate - Troutdale, OR - May 27, 2021
I had problems with my phone download information. They were very helpful. very fast scheduling for drug test.fast information back through email.start date, where wnd when.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly people, constant help learning the job.
Cons
long drive to location.

Run the other way

2.8
May 26, 2021
I would never work for Amazon again, last manager and his PA were unprofessional. They would never take responsibility for what was happening in their area
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
2/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benefits are a plus
Cons
Unprofessional managers

Productive

3.0
Seasonal Sortation - May 19, 2021
Working at Amazon was my dream job. I had applied to Amazon three times before I was hire. The day was quick any easy.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly co worker
Cons
Poor communication

Horrible job

1.0
Delivery Driver Class A - May 5, 2021
They work humans as if they were robots. I do not recommend the risk of losing out on work life balance and the ridiculous demands of the job.
Ratings
1/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Travel no office work
Cons
Bad management, pay is bad, and horribvle work life balance.

Most draining and abusive place I’ve worked at by far.

2.2
Warehouse Associate (Stower/Counter) - May 2, 2021
If you aren’t Superman or Wonder Woman with the best immune system in the world DO NOT work here. You’re only allowed to be sick/miss a shift twice in the span of three months before they give you more UNPAID time. I worked 40 hours a week/4 days a week back to back. They only give you 20 hours of unpaid time & that’s supposed to stretch from jan - april. Unfortunately I wasn’t feeling well & I was very vocal to my manager that stood and watched me almost THROW UP on her one morning. Same for HR & the “AMCARE” people who have the power to send people home/excuse their time. THEY DONT CARE ABOUT YOU OR YOUR HEALTH. They only care about you clocking in to bust your butt for 10 hours straight & going about your day. For gods sake you can’t even go to the bathroom without being timed & punished for it. It’s considered Time Off Task (TOT) they terminate you when you reach a certain amount. You feel like a slave & you’re not recognized for the hard work you do for others ordering items.
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
The Money
Cons
Everything Else

Very productive place

3.0
Problem Solver - Whitestown, IN - May 2, 2021
I started the job as a temp receiver, after 2 weeks I was a direct hire into the Problem Solving position . Left after abusive treatment to me & others.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
They know what they are doing !!
Cons
They do not see their employees as customers also, thus treating like crap!!

working from Home was a great experience. Team and Team leaders were awesome.

5.0
Transportation Analyst - Tempe, AZ - April 29, 2021
I loved working with Amazon remotely. Nice environment. Everybody in the Team was very helpful and supportive. Great pay and Benefits. flexible hours.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
5/5
Professional Growth
5/5
Work-Life balance
5/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great communication skills , Team work, Time management, attention to Detail.
Cons
short term contract work.

Good atmosphere with a large diversity of different people all working together.

3.4
Shipping Associate - Hebron, KY - April 26, 2021
I work there a while ago and found the people very friendly and we had a good team working with us. I learned a lot while working there.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
2/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Friendly people
Cons
Sometimes unreal expectations on production and not enough pay

Ok untill I got screwed

3.4
Dock Associate - Dundalk, MD - April 23, 2021
Everything was fine accept when I help this gentleman phones weren't allow on the floor I held it for him untill he return .he didn't came to retrieve his phone and I got accuse of stealing I got and was set up!
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Packaging and shipping
Cons
Watch your back stay to yourself and watch what you say

Hard Work but good Pay

4.2
Warehouse Associate - Jacksonville, FL - April 6, 2021
Good place to work. Peak seasons are really tough but lots of overtime which is good money which is good money.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
4/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Lots of Perks,Parties Free Give awayd
Cons
Mandatory Overtime

This place is fun at first but after your 3 week mark all hell brakes lose it’s a slave job

2.2
Fresno, CA - March 31, 2021
I don’t have much to say about Amazon but it’s a good job if you like to work your ass off and get no appreciation for it
Ratings
2/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
3/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
The only good thing is you get 3 days off
Cons
Good hours and it’s only 4 days out of the week

Horrible work environment

1.8
Singles Associate - Salt Lake City, UT - March 31, 2021
Do not work here it's a horrible environment. I will never go back to work for them. The management is awful and they work you into the ground. They don't pay enough especially for the stress that they put an employee through.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
There's not any.
Cons
Everything

Would not recommend

2.4
Logistics Coordinator Jobs - Tempe, AZ - March 26, 2021
Individuals are treated as a number rather as a human. The entire organization’s structure is strictly done by the metrics.
Ratings
3/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
4/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Great co-workers
Cons
60 hour weeks, poor management, average pay

There are two sides at Amazon

2.6
Sr Principal Marketing Work staffing Innovation - Seattle, WA - March 24, 2021
Amazon is a fantastic company. What they do and achieve every day is simply incredible. If you work on the front line, you will acquire great experience, innovate and complete great projects, increase your skill set and become a top-notch employee. But, if you work on the company's operational side, including warehouses, fulfilment centers, and work staffing, you will be well paid but experiencing misery, stress and be asked to stay up 24/7. You will have no ability to innovate and bring your genius. Besides, upper management does not respect and support their team, and as a result, there is no teamwork. The leadership principles that they are proud of are being ignored. It was a huge disappointment to experiment with such an experience. There is a huge contrast between what they say they are and what they do effectively.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
1/5
Work-Life balance
1/5
Recognition & Support
3/5
Culture & Values
Pros
The pay very well
Cons
Up 24/7. A few vacations. Worst culture management.

Okay it wasn’t good communication, and management don’t care. A lot of favorites

2.4
Packer/shipping and receiving - Charleston, TN - March 22, 2021
It was great money and benefits and I meet a lot of great people there. Management picked and choose. It’s also hard to move up.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
1/5
Professional Growth
3/5
Work-Life balance
2/5
Recognition & Support
1/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benefits and paid was good as well as pto
Cons
Management didn’t care

Fun an challaging keeps it interesting

4.2
Process Assistant - Burlington, NJ - March 7, 2021
Started in 2015 as a packer then i moved to do other things in the department which was a rebiner a inductor then i became a ambassador. Which i could train all new employees,transfered to ship dock then became a seasonal Process assistant then i advanced to a process assistant to another building in 2018 then in 2020 i came to Acy2 where i am a Process Assistant.
Ratings
5/5
Salary & Benefits
3/5
Professional Growth
4/5
Work-Life balance
4/5
Recognition & Support
5/5
Culture & Values
Pros
Benifits an job advacment
Cons
Tranfering to other states

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Isabella Holmes
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