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8 days ago

IT Support Technician

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

Amazon, one of the top 100 companies in the United States, has an immediate opening for an IT Support Technician in our Fulfillment Center… Amazon.com


8 days ago

IT Support Engineer II

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

Amazon, one of the top 100 companies in the United States, has an immediate opening for a IT Support Engineer II (Senior Technician) in our… Amazon.com


8 days ago

Industrial Maintenance Technician

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

will include: • Maintain and troubleshoot all conveyor systems, electrical and mechanical • Develop training plans for service technicians • Develop… Amazon.com


8 days ago

Operations Manager

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

· Lead and supervise a team of Area Managers (4 front-line managers with 4 leads) and 60-70 drivers in outbound operations involving grocery delivery… Amazon.com


24 days ago

Learning Area Manager

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

The Learning Manager is an active member of the NAFC ACES Operations Learning team, driving and supporting network-wide initiatives. Successful… Amazon.com


8 days ago

Delivery Driver

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

• Create and modify drop-off points within established route area • Face-to-face customer interaction while delivering and unloading products in… Amazon.com


24 days ago

ICQA Area Manager

Amazon.com Bellevue, WA

• Measurement of quality & inventory transaction accuracy while providing feedback to the operations. • Review & analysis of customer defect data… Amazon.com


8 days ago

Hazmat Manager

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

The Manager will strategize with Product Compliance operations staff to develop best-in-class processes and systems, and seeks opportunities to… Amazon.com


8 days ago

Control Systems Specialist

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

are required for a successful CSS: • Thorough understanding of control system functional specifications and troubleshooting guidelines… Amazon.com


24 days ago

Programmer Analyst

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

Massive data volume + complex business rules in a highly distributed service-oriented architecture a world-class information collection and delivery… Amazon.com


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    A grueling place to work...

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    Former Employee - Warehouse Associate in Bellevue, WA
    Former Employee - Warehouse Associate in Bellevue, WA

    I worked at Amazon.com full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    If you become a "blue badge" the benefits are pretty decent. You get excellent medical/dental/vision for an affordable cost, and you receive RSUs (Restricted stock units) which vest after 2.5+ years. You also become entitled to a monthly performance bonus (based on how the building as a whole performed) and if you work for AmazonFresh, you will receive extra money from a tips pool.

    Cons

    The working environment is pretty harsh. All direct functions (picking, packing, shipping, etc.) have production rates which are closely monitored by a computer system. If you don't make rate, the computer will automatically write you up (3 write ups and you're gone). Most managers on site are inexperienced and micromanage employees. Picking is the most common function, and your average picker speed-walks distances between 10 to 20 miles per shift. So the job is extremely physically demanding. The base pay is OK considering the industry, but for the amount of work you do you'll quickly feel like you're not being payed what you're worth. Also, don't expect to be promoted, as you'll be always competing with every other employee, and Amazon does not promote based on tenure-ship.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop micromanaging. Put less emphasis on individual rates and more emphasis on team performance. Don't implement changes to any processes with out either first testing the change, or getting feedback from the tier-I associates who have to work with the processes for 10+ hours a day.

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