Working at Amazon.com Inc

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  • Appreciation
    3.3
  • Company Outlook
    4.4
  • Fair Pay
    2.9
  • Learning and Development
    3.6
  • Manager Communication
    3.7
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Policy
    2.9
  • Pay Transparency
    2.8
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Amazon.com Inc Reviews

What is it like working at Amazon.com Inc?

March 2016
Program Project Manager:
Pros: The culture is great and I have several opportunities to work with different teams.
Cons: Promotions are difficult and yearly pay increases are not very significant.
June 2016
"Amazon.com."
Warehouse Associate:
Pros: I like that I understand what is expected from me everyday at work. Nothing changes from one day to the next. They give you a decent amount of time off, but it is difficult not to use it at once, because it is given to you during the front half of the year.
Cons: The repetitive daily motions of the job can be exhausting, and the work is physically challenging on the back, and feet. Lots of lifting, twisting, bending and walking depending on which department you are placed in.
June 2016
"Love the culture, love the customers."
Customer Service Representative (CSR):
Pros: I have to say 99% of all of it. I work from home and speak to a lot of customers around the world. Amazon is a fun place to work, we telecommute and that makes for a great opportunity to be less stressful on me. PTO is limited but flexible.
Cons: Sometimes you may need to work holidays but can be rare.
August 2016
Warehouse Lead:
Pros: Room to advance, Fast-paced competitive workplace. Other people also driven by success.
Cons: Hot in the warehouse, long hours and peak parking.
January 2017
"Pretty good!"
Software Engineer in Seattle:
Pros: Contrary to most other things I hear about this place, the workload has been very manageable, and I like that our team dictates our development schedule and practices without much enforced from the higher-ups.
Cons: Promotion process is highly bureaucratic, and it can take a significant amount of time for positive feelings from peers and management to tranform into promotions and raises.
May 2017
"Amazing."
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Chennai:
Pros: The job is very interesting and a great place to work at.
Cons: Salary is low as for current situation.
August 2017
"Terrible."
Warehouse Associate in Swedesboro:
They provide us with Dental and Vision coverage but the coverage doesn't actually cover anything of significant value. They provide tuition reimbursement after you've been an associate for one year but they only cover a select few of classes. The reimbursement is also a miniscule amount. Beyond these things, they offer no benefits.
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