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Amazon.com Inc Reviews
What is it like working at Amazon.com Inc?
"I enjoy my job!"
Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Specialist in Eastvale:
Pros: I like that I have a direct impact on the health and well being of my associates
Cons: There are many times where I feel left out of the loop on my future with the company.
Warehouse Associate in Salt Lake City:
Pros: Working at Amazon has been a good experience. I just wish that if you are someone that works extra hard you didn’t get overlooked because you handle things on your own and also wish there was a way to earn a raise for working hard instead of always making the same as people who don’t care about their job. Make you feel like, why care? I’m just paid the same as the guy that has a lazy attitude. Also, I hate the favoritism that happens. You can be a hard worker but that does not matter in a promotion.
Cons: I hate the PA interview process. It’s not fair the things it’s based on and I hate that we don’t get any set days off in the year that the company give you as a thank you without using your time.
Software Development Engineer (SDE):
Pros: Most of the people I work with are smart. If you need to automate something, there's probably already tools out there to do it.
Cons: The open office environment/high density seating makes being productive very challenging. When it comes to employees, the company is a little too frugal.
Pros: The 3 days off vaction and paid time off.
Cons: The work is boring, and repetitive. Favoritism.
Pros: Being able to wear shorts and tennis shoes to work.
"Scrappy is the word."
Sr. Program Manager, Software Applications:
Pros: If I can figure out something that will work and get buy in from the other teams affected to get it done, I can do it.
Cons: The average tenure is so low everyone is still learning all the time.
Cons: Bad communication over worked ridiculous expectations.