View All num of num See all Photos Amazon.com This employer has taken extra steps to respond to reviews and provide job seekers with accurate company information, photos, and reviews. Interested for your company?Learn More. www.amazon.com www.amazon.com Work in HR? Unlock Free Profile Overview Reviews Salaries Interviews Jobs Photos Benefits 4.0k Reviews 11k Salaries 5.4k Interviews 10k Jobs Follow Add Review or Salary Follow Add Review or Salary Amazon.com 3960 Interview Question Program Manager Interview Seattle, WA Amazon.com Describe one thing you did not like about your previous company. Tags: See more , See less 8 Answer Add Tags Flag as Inappropriate Thank you! Your feedback has been sent to the team and we'll look into it. Oops! We're sorry but your feedback didn't make it to the team. Your input is valuable to us — would you mind trying again? Send Answer Interview Answer 1 Answer ▲ 0 ▼ Answering with a "Nothing as such" would make them feel that the person is not truthful. So, have an answer. Be tactical in choosing an answer which shows that you are an ethical personality. For example, the reason I would give is: I found that in one of the cases, I found that there was a slight disconnect between the topmost management and the immediate senior management. In my case, I wanted to move slowly into product management role and I was encouraged to do so by the topmost management when I had a discussion during the monthly mixer but when I mentioned this to my immediate senior management, they did not seem so enthusiastic as they would have to find a replacement for me and I was doing a good job in my current role. This led me to choose doing an MBA and not continuing in the current role. I understand that there might be other reasons behind they not helping me with the transition but I would have appreciated if they would have been transparent about the matter because hiding the real reason would have anyways caused me to pursue my interest. So, if I were in such a position, I would have discussed further career path with such an employee (ofcourse if that is a feasible career path) and give possible time estimates as to how I would ease him to such a role in a certain period of time and how important that person was currently for this role due to an important release etc. Nilesh on Aug 30, 2014 Flag as Inappropriate Thank you! Your feedback has been sent to the team and we'll look into it. Oops! We're sorry but your feedback didn't make it to the team. Your input is valuable to us — would you mind trying again? Send Add Answers or Comments To comment on this, Sign In or Sign Up.