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5 days ago

Software Development Manager at AWS in Kendall Square Cambridge, MA

Today AWS provides the widest set of storage service choices to help our customers solve their specific use case needs. These include Simple Storage…

6 days ago

Software Development Engineer in Test II Cambridge, MA

Participate in the testing of large-scale systems, including driving processes to reduce test automation maintenance, as well as improve and simplify…

6 days ago

Sr. Speech Scientist Boston, MA

As a member of the technical team you will be responsible for... • Owning the strategic planning and project management for a variety of technical…

5 days ago

Sr. Staffing Coordinator Stoughton, MA

include: Onboarding: · Ensure all New Hire associates are loaded in the Labor Planning tool prior to orientation · Ensure New Hire Orientation is…

3 days ago

Operations Manager Stoughton, MA

Amazon’s transportation teams work to ensure the delivery of millions of packages globally for customers around the world. On its peak day, Amazon…

3 days ago

Shift Manager Stoughton, MA

Are you looking for a fun and fast-paced work environment? Are you excited by the opportunity to build something new? We need exceptionally talented… Reviews

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    If you like death marches, constant conflict, and crappy benefits, Amazon is for you!

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    The engineers are generally quite good.


    Everything is a death march. Management drives crises and expects heroic efforts (often involving band-aid solutions) to be the norm. On-calls on the teams are often stuck working around the clock when it's their turn on rotation. Good engineers can't shine under these sweatshop-like conditions. Teams are fiefdoms, and managers constantly fight over resources and priorities, leaving their engineers as the victims. Managers are also poorly trained in handling typical operational matters such as personnel issues. The benefits (healthcare, education, time-off/holidays, etc.) are substandard for the industry.

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    Behave like adults. Constantly putting your teams into high-pressure, high-stakes situations does not incentivize performance, as you seem to believe. Take a look at how other tech companies treat their employees (as valuable assets rather than interchangeable cogs) with regard to work conditions, work/life balance, and benefits.

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